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In the Keys, turtles will always have their own hospital

In the Keys, turtles will always have their own hospital



2018-04-16T16:04:00+0000

Good news for sick turtles.

The Florida Keys' Turtle Hospital property is now deed-restricted to always care for turtles. The Marathon hospital's deed is now permanently restricted to remain a place for turtle care, thanks to its creator.


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HOUSE EXPLODES - Police just released dash cam video of a house explosion from April 7 in Hurst, Texas. The explosion happened after a car hit a house and severed a gas line. As police officers walked toward the house, it exploded. The driver of the car was arrested, two police officers had minor injuries and three people inside the home suffered injuries including serious burns. ...

 

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So bad take care

Brandon Lee wow

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While driving down Bayshore Blvd. last week, Everett Tuten, an Irrigation & Landscape Inspector with PSL's Public Works Department, noticed some smoke in a median and realized a fire was starting. His quick thinking stopped it from spreading and averted a potentially hazardous situation!
He knew that there was irrigation in the median and immediately called the contractor to turn it on.The fire was quickly extinguished. Thanks to Everett for helping to put the City's strategic goal of being safe, clean and beautiful into action!
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While driving down Bayshore Blvd. last week, Everett Tuten, an Irrigation & Landscape Inspector with PSLs Public Works Department, noticed some smoke in a median and realized a fire was starting. His quick thinking stopped it from spreading and averted a potentially hazardous situation!
He knew that there was irrigation in the median and immediately called the contractor to turn it on.The fire was quickly extinguished. Thanks to Everett for helping to put the Citys strategic goal of being safe, clean and beautiful into action!

 

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I bet a cigarette thrown from a car was the culprit!

Maybe fireworks.

Thank you evertt

talk about perfect timing Nice

Thank you Everett

God bless you Everett...we thank you

My hero!

I like to thank Lee with Masuen Consulting also. Thank you Lee for helping me out.

Good job my friend!

Good job!!!

Maybe if the CITY didn’t put all these stupid over grown plants in the median and mulch there wouldn’t be a problem. All this stuff does is cause visibility issues and cost more money for up keeping and irrigation!

Good job Everett!

Thank you.

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Last night was one of my favorite events of the year: our annual City of Miami Beach Government spring Senior #Bingo night! The players enjoyed my bingo-calling and the extra prizes we handed out, and it was great to have it in our beautiful Miami Beach Convention Center. Can’t wait for next year! #MBParks #MiamiBeach ...

Remember back in February when we asked you to take a Citizen Survey about life in PSL? Well, more than 5,000 of you did! And now we have the results.

More than 80 percent of residents who participated in a statistically-valid Citizen Survey rated Port St. Lucie as an excellent or good place to live -- which is up 19 percent from those surveyed almost 10 years ago.

Earlier this year, the City of Port St. Lucie joined hundreds of cities across the country in conducting a survey to measure the quality of life for residents. The 2018 National Citizen Survey™, which was conducted by the National Research Center, Inc., is a snapshot in time showing how Port St. Lucie residents from across geographical areas feel about their city.

A key finding: Residents’ ratings for the quality of life and services provided by the City have improved since 2009. Respondents’ evaluations for the overall quality of life, neighborhoods, the City as a place to retire, raise children and live -- and the overall appearance and image -- have each improved considerably since a baseline survey that was conducted in 2009.
To read more please visit: www.cityofpsl.com/Home/Components/News/News/3280/1968
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Remember back in February when we asked you to take a Citizen Survey about life in PSL? Well, more than 5,000 of you did! And now we have the results.

More than 80 percent of residents who participated in a statistically-valid Citizen Survey rated Port St. Lucie as an excellent or good place to live -- which is up 19 percent from those surveyed almost 10 years ago.

Earlier this year, the City of Port St. Lucie joined hundreds of cities across the country in conducting a survey to measure the quality of life for residents. The 2018 National Citizen Survey™, which was conducted by the National Research Center, Inc., is a snapshot in time showing how Port St. Lucie residents from across geographical areas feel about their city. 

A key finding: Residents’ ratings for the quality of life and services provided by the City have improved since 2009. Respondents’ evaluations for the overall quality of life, neighborhoods, the City as a place to retire, raise children and live -- and the overall appearance and image -- have each improved considerably since a baseline survey that was conducted in 2009.
To read more please visit: http://www.cityofpsl.com/Home/Components/News/News/3280/1968

 

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Not a surprise - with the excellent council members and a fantastic mayor and top notch City Manager!

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Sign up now to for the Parks & Recreation Dept.'s Eagles Football Camp at SLW Centennial High School. This is an all-position camp to teach younger players (ages 6 to 14) the basics of blocking, tackling, throwing and receiving. They will learn the latest techniques and increase their speed and agility.

Each camper will receive a free camp T-shirt and snacks will be provided, with awards presented at the end of camp.

The camp costs $64.75/week and runs the weeks of June 11-14; June 18-21; June 25-28; July 9-12; and July 16-19.

For more information, call 772-344-4142. Pre-registration is required. Register online at precweb.cityofpsl.com/wbwsc/webtrac.wsc/wb1000.html?wbp=1
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Sign up now to for the Parks & Recreation Dept.s Eagles Football Camp at SLW Centennial High School. This is an all-position camp to teach younger players (ages 6 to 14) the basics of blocking, tackling, throwing and receiving. They will learn the latest techniques and increase their speed and agility.

Each camper will receive a free camp T-shirt and snacks will be provided, with awards presented at the end of camp.

The camp costs $64.75/week and runs the weeks of June 11-14; June 18-21; June 25-28; July 9-12; and July 16-19. 

For more information, call 772-344-4142. Pre-registration is required. Register online at https://precweb.cityofpsl.com/wbwsc/webtrac.wsc/wb1000.html?wbp=1
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