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The National Hurricane Center forecasts a high probability of tropical storm force winds — sustained winds of at least 39 mph — along the coast of of Brevard County.
Storms

Your Isaías Update: Storm Expected To Reach Carolinas At Near Hurricane Strength; Brevard County Closes Shelter; Worst Impacts Will Stay Offshore; Tropical Storm Warning Remains In Effect for Space Coast; Volusia County Closes All But One Shelter


Tropical storm force wind gusts are expected with conditions gradually deteriorating on the Space Coast later this afternoon into tonight as Isaias tracks north-northwestward right along the east coast of Florida.
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Brevard County Commission Chair Bryan Lober. Image: Brevard County
Health

No Mask Mandate For Brevard County


Brevard County commissioners have decided not to impose a mask mandate. Commissioners instead approved a proclamation encouraging businesses to post their mask policy at the entrance to their businesses. 
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Muck pours from a pipe into a seven-acre island retention site in the Indian River Lagoon. Photo by Amy Green
Environment

Muckrakers: 40,000 Dump Trucks Of Muck Removed From Indian River Lagoon


The St. Johns River Water Management District collaborated with the Florida Department of Environmental Protection to remove more than 600,000 cubic yards of muck from the Indian River Lagoon. Muck is a result of untreated storm-water runoff, that flows into the canals and tributaries of the lagoon. It kills sea-grasses and organisms that are vital to the lagoon’s ecosystem. The state is currently working on a broader restoration plan with long-term funding sources for the entire Indian River Lagoon and its tributaries.
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