Brevard County Agencies Collaborate to Remove Six Derelict Vessels from Indian River Lagoon

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Brevard county has removed one vessel a week over during the past year

Over the past six months, several Brevard County agencies worked together to remove six derelict vessels in the Indian River Lagoon, at no cost to the County taxpayers. (Brevard County Firefighter image)

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Over the past six months, several Brevard County agencies worked together to remove six derelict vessels in the Indian River Lagoon, at no cost to the County taxpayers.

At an estimate of $6,000 per vessel, the savings to County taxpayers was close to $36,000.

According to Brevard County Natural Resources, the county has removed one vessel a week over the past year.

Multiple agencies from Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission, Brevard Sheriff’s Office and Brevard County Solid Waste worked together to make these projects possible.

Brevard County Professional Firefighters Tom Neidert, Ryan Barrack, Todd Hiller, Tim Neidert and Mike Bramson assisted with this project.

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Over the past six months, several Brevard County agencies worked together to remove six derelict vessels in the Indian River Lagoon, at no cost to the County taxpayers. (BCFR image)
Over the past six months, several Brevard County agencies worked together to remove six derelict vessels in the Indian River Lagoon, at no cost to the County taxpayers. (BCFR image)

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