INDIAN RIVER LAGOON CLEANUP: Derelict Vessel at End of Cocoa Isles Boulevard Removed

By  //  May 18, 2017

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This derelict vessel at the end of Cocoa Isles Boulevard has been removed. (Image for Space Coast Daily)

BREVARD COUNTY • COCOA BEACH, FLORIDA – The derelict vessel at the end of Cocoa Isles Boulevard has been removed.

Anyone who lives or boats in the area knows this vessel has been a blight and nuisance for quite some time now.

The City of Cocoa Beach and the Public Works Department thanked the Brevard County Natural Resources Department for their help, especially Waterways Director Matt Culver for including the removal in his grant from the Florida Inland Navigation Derelict Boat Removal Program.

“This is just another great example of Brevard County and the City of Cocoa Beach working together to clean up the Indian River Lagoon,” said Cocoa Beach officials.

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“The City is still greatly committed to cleaning up our waterways. Although this derelict boat removal is just one small step; it all adds up in the end.”

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