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Port St. Lucie first day of school starts today!  For the complete calendar for the 2017-2018 school go to “Education” section.

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Academic Growth Continues to Climb in St. Lucie Public Schools

The Department of Education released a battery of scores today that reflects good news and supports St. Lucie Public Schools’ (SLPS) continued positive student achievement trends. Overall, the District continued its climb in ELA, math, and science.

Superintendent E. Wayne Gent attributes the growth to the individualized support students receive from their teachers, support staff, and school leaders. “Our teachers and administrators are dedicated and have a focus on learning for all students. I appreciate their work as a strong collaborative team; it spurs our success,” stated Gent.

The District’s scores are good news for academic achievement on multiple fronts with the following highlights:

ELA grades 3-10 – 3% increase (46 to 49 percent)
ELA grades 3 – 5 – 4% increase (44 to 48 percent)
ELA grades 9-10 – 3% increase (47 to 50 percent)
Math grades 3-8 – 2% increase (50 to 52 percent)
Math grades 3-5 – 3% increase (49 to 52 percent)
Math grades 6-8 – 2% increase (50 to 52 percent)

Also noteworthy are the double-digit increases in the percent of students scoring satisfactory on this year’s Algebra 1, Algebra 2, and Geometry EOCs. SLPS increased 26%, 18%, and 20% respectively. This is a marked improvement over the State’s average performance in this area. Likewise, the District out-performed the State in overall points gained in proficiency for Grades 3 – 10 ELA.

This information comes on the heels of the recent release of the third grade ELA data. SLPS trends were up in this area as well with a three percentage point increase over last year’s District score.

 

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For the Third Year in a Row Agreement Is Reached with St. Lucie Public Schools and Classroom Teachers Association/Classified Unit Partners Prior to the Start of School

ST. LUCIE COUNTY – For the third year in a row, prior to the start of school, St. Lucie Public Schools (SLPS) reached a positive agreement with its Classroom Teachers Association (CTA) and Classified Unit (CU) partners on Monday, July 31, despite challenging financial constraints from the State. Superintendent E. Wayne Gent stated, “This is a testament to what true collaboration can produce. I congratulate our bargaining teams and our School Board for having the spirit of trust and good will to work together for the benefit of our employees to reach an agreement before we mark the beginning of another school year.” CTA/CU President Vicki Rodriguez said, “We are pleased to bring our members an agreement prior to the start of the school year. We appreciate our District’s willingness to commit to making employee salaries a priority, despite the legislature’s challenging budget.”

The package includes an average increase of 2.14% for both CTA and CU employees and represents a commitment by the District to increase compensation beyond the 1.49% increase in State funds received this year. Teachers will see a raise of $1,000 for those on the grandfathered salary schedule and those on the pay-for-performance salary schedule rated “Effective.”

Non-instructional employees (CU bargaining unit) will each receive a step increase. In addition, each step in the salary schedule will be increased by $70. A 23rd step will also be added to all CU salary schedules providing raises to those currently on the top step.

In addition to the 2.14% salary increase, the package also includes the continued Board contribution of $750 to a Health Savings Account (HSA) for employees enrolled in high-deductible H.S.A. eligible plans and a contribution of $6,010 to insurance premiums.

After the November FTE count, the District and the CTA/CU agreed to return to negotiations and increase employee compensation further if funds are available.

About St. Lucie Public Schools
St. Lucie Public Schools is a B-rated District with no failing schools proudly serving the students as the second highest rated School District on the Treasure Coast. The mission of SLPS is to ensure all students graduate from safe and caring schools equipped with the knowledge, skills and desire to succeed. For more information, visit http://www.stlucieschools.org.

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Port St. Lucie has the lowest crime rate
for all Florida’s large cities for seventh year in a row

Among all Florida cities with a population of more than 100,000, Port St. Lucie experienced the lowest number of crimes in 2016, according to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement’s 2016 Uniform Crime Report.

In 2010, the population of Port St. Lucie was 164,716. The City has experienced a 12.4 percent increase in population between 2010 and 2016 with a population of 185,132 in 2016. Even with this population increase, Port St. Lucie had an overall crime reduction of 47 percent during the past five years. Just this last year, crime dropped in Port St. Lucie by 1 percent.

“The crime rate, the number of crimes adjusted by the population, continues this year as an all time low for the City of Port St. Lucie,” said Port St. Lucie Police Chief John Bolduc. “We have the lowest crime rate for any city with a population over 100,000 in the State of Florida for the seventh consecutive year.”

Chief Bolduc attributes thelowest crime rate in 13 years to the close working relationship and cooperation between the police and the residents of the City of Port St. Lucie, the use of evidence-based crime reduction strategies, and the relentless follow up of reported crimes The crime clearance rate in Port St. Lucie is 42.1 percent while the statewide average is 25.8 percent.

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Port St. Lucie property owners name their neighborhood “Canal Pointe”

PORT ST. LUCIE – The first neighborhood to get its own name through the City’s new Neighborhood Improvement and Community Engagement (NICE) program will be called “Canal Pointe.”

The City worked with property owners in the community that is east of Florida’s Turnpike, south of Port St. Lucie Boulevard, west of the St. Lucie River and North of the C-24 Canal to come up with an official name for the neighborhood. The name was announced during a public information meeting at City Hall on Tuesday night following a vote by property owners.

This community is a pilot project for the NICE program, which will focus on physical improvements, creating identities and engaging residents in targeted neighborhoods throughout the City. These improvements include enhanced gateway features such as entry signs, landscaping, decorative street sign poles, as well as other amenities that enhance and upgrade the neighborhood. The City also will create a logo for the community to be used on signs. These amenities will be paid for with money the City receives when residents recycle.

“The City of Port St. Lucie is beyond excited to have successfully kick started its N.I.C.E. program with a brand-new name for a wonderful community. Canal Pointe elicits a positive mental image for the community formerly referred to as Section 18,” said Carmen Capezzuto, the City’s Neighborhood Services Director. “The residents of Canal Pointe have a lot to be enthusiastic about as we target improvements that will help their neighborhood prosper.”

The Canal Pointe community, which had tentatively been called “Oakridge” because Oakridge Blvd. makes up its southern border, is the first of several where residents will help choose an official name. Staff next will work with residents in Canal Pointe who expressed interest in creating a Civic Association. The City expects to have most of the short-term projects completed in the fall. The City desires to engage in long-term planning with its civic associations to be able to more easily communicate to a larger audience.

Residents throughout the City are encouraged to visit http://www.cityofpsl.com/nice. This webpage is created to show each neighborhood and keep residents continually updated and informed on activities taking place in each community.

The next neighborhood to be named is a community tentatively being called “Edinburgh Park.” That community is north of the Martin County line, south of Parr Drive, east of Interstate 95 and west of Port St. Lucie Boulevard. NICE staff have scheduled a community meeting for this neighborhood for Aug. 7 from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. at City Hall.

Going forward, the NICE program will follow this plan when working in each community:

· Each area will have a two-week window to submit name suggestions via an online survey.
· Each area will have a public information meeting and City staff will bring all the names submitted to the meeting. At the meeting, attendees will work with City staff to cut the names down to the top five.
· The five short-listed names will be placed on a ballot and mailed to property owners to vote for one name.

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“Hot Fun in the Summertime…”

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“Summer in the City,” “Summertime Blues,” “Cruel Summer,” “Boys of Summer,” “Summertime, and the Livin’ is Easy,” well, the list goes on and on. Summer and music go together like…peanut butter and jelly, or pretzels and beer. And this summer, for the first time in a long time, you can beat the summer heat and get your groove on as Fort Pierce Jazz and Blues Society brings back Waterside Blues – the Sizzlin’ Summer Edition. It’s a free concert sponsored by Fort Pierce Jazz and Blues Society and Dyer Chevrolet that will have you dancing in the streets on Sunday, July 23rd, on the waterside (of course), across from the library on Melody Lane in historic downtown Fort Pierce.

Because summer is a time of spontaneity and spur-of-the-moment fun, the free, Waterside Blues concert will begin at 5:30 p.m. with a screamin’ hot concert by Dave Scott. No stranger to Treasure Coast audiences, Scott brings searing-hot guitar with a blues-rock flavor that goes perfectly with sunset on the water, a lawn chair or blanket, and a few great friends.

At 7 p.m. FDO – the Big Swingin’ Band will take the stage, and the swing-dancing will commence and culminate in one of the most memorable evenings ever. There will be vocals, dancing, and loads of fun for everyone old and young. And the best part is the entire evening is completely, absolutely free and open to the public. There will be vendors on-site in case you’d like an adult beverage or ice-cold refreshment for all ages, Dyer Chevrolet will be on hand in case you want to see what you’d look like in a brand new Corvette, Traverse, or Cruze, and your whole family is welcome to join the fun. Come early and stay late, or stop by after you enjoy a stroll through historic downtown Fort Pierce. Either way, you’ll enjoy all the great atmosphere and hometown feel Fort Pierce has to offer, and that’s exactly why the members of Fort Pierce Jazz and Blues Society are hosting this incredible, free, family-friendly event.

“We love St. Lucie County, and we want everyone to know what a great place it is,” said Don Bestor, president of Fort Pierce Jazz and Blues Society’s board of directors. “We’re an all-volunteer organization, and our goal is to support the arts locally and help encourage talented, young musicians to pursue their passions in the field of music. Any chance we have to share great music with the community is a gift for all of us at Fort Pierce Jazz and Blues Society, and we’re delighted to bring back the Sizzlin’ Summer Edition of Waterside Blues this summer.”

If you’d like to volunteer or learn more about Fort Pierce Jazz and Blues Society, contact us at Fort Pierce Jazz and Blues Society’s Jazz Shack on the River. Call (772) 460-JAZZ (5299) to register, or register online at www.jazzsociety.org.

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DEP Southeast District Presents
First Superior Excellence Distinction (S.E.D.) Award
to Triumph Aerospace Structures

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In photo L to R: Jennifer Smith, DEP Southeast District director; Nick Drazic, general manager of Triumph Aerospace Structures – Stuart; and Dana Blackburn, Triumph Environmental, Safety and Health.

WEST PALM BEACH — Today, the Florida Department of Environmental Protection’s Southeast District recognized Triumph Aerospace Structures in Stuart for outstanding environmental stewardship and its exemplary commitment to implementing environmental management policies.

“On behalf of DEP and the State of Florida, I am thrilled to recognize Triumph Aerospace Structures for their environmental stewardship. They have demonstrated significant and measurable achievements that provide a direct benefit to the environment,” said Jennifer Smith, director of DEP’s Southeast District. “Triumph actively promotes environmentally responsible practices, which in turn helps us to better accomplish our goal of protecting Florida’s natural resources.”

Representatives from Triumph Aerospace Structures were on hand to accept the award. “Triumph’s Stuart location is honored that this award acknowledges our unwavering dedication to environmental safety, which includes assigning a senior level manager to spearhead all environmental activities each month,” said Nick Drazic, general manager of Triumph Aerospace Structures – Stuart. “Dana Blackburn from Triumph Environmental, Safety and Health has been instrumental in getting management and employees involved to maintain our high level of environmental stewardship, and we are proud that our collective efforts have been noticed by the Florida DEP.”

The award was presented during the district’s annual open house aimed at growing the community’s awareness of the agency’s mission, increasing communication and developing collaborative relationships with the community. Southeast District staff enjoyed welcoming customers and stakeholders throughout the region to the open house. Over 150 people attended representing local government, industry, utilities and more. Guests were invited to meet the district’s staff and Director Jennifer Smith. Permitting and compliance experts from each of the district’s regulatory programs – waste, air, water and environmental resources – were on hand to answer questions and provide information about their respective programs.

Triumph Aerospace Structures is the first organization to be recognized under the Southeast District’s new Superior Excellence Distinction Award Program. The program was developed to support DEP’s vision of creating strong community partnerships, safeguarding Florida’s natural resources and enhancing its ecosystems.

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School Grades Spike and the District Grade Increases

ST. LUCIE COUNTY – Twenty-one schools, more than half of St. Lucie Public Schools (SLPS), saw an increase in school grades and the District grade jumped to a B — the second highest District on the Treasure Coast in total points earned according to reports released by the Florida Department of Education. “The data continues telling a positive story about the academic growth taking place in our classrooms across the District,” said Superintendent E. Wayne Gent. “Our teachers, our administrators, our support staff, our bus drivers — everyone, absolutely everyone is putting forth the effort to support our children to make a positive difference in their lives.”

The school grades reflect the upward state assessment trends, student learning gains, and climbing graduation rates for SLPS. C.A. Moore Elementary and Mariposa Elementary both shot up two letter grades, and no school is rated as a failing school. Fairlawn Elementary, Lincoln Park Academy, West Gate K-8, and Mosaic Upper School received an A with seventeen schools identified in the report as B-rated. Area high schools continue their climb as well with three high schools growing from C’s to B’s (Port St. Lucie High School, St. Lucie West Centennial High School, and Treasure Coast High School).

“We celebrate these successes, but by no means have we plateaued. We have high expectations for all students, and we will continue supporting them to be their very best.” Gent added that principals are working with their school teams to provide for the individual needs of students and maximize collaborative planning opportunities for teachers.”
For more information about school grades, visit http://schoolgrades.fldoe.org/

About St. Lucie Public Schools
The mission of St. Lucie Public Schools is to ensure all students graduate from safe and caring schools equipped with the knowledge, skills, and desire to succeed. For more information visit, http://www.stlucieschools.org or contact Kerry Padrick at kerry.padrick@stlucieschools.org.

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The City of Port St. Lucie Seeks Residents’ Input on Westmoreland Road Closure

PORT ST. LUCIE – The City wants to hear from residents about a Public Works project that may affect their daily commutes.

Staff from the City’s Public Works Department have determined that drainage culverts crossing Westmoreland Boulevard and Santa Anita Street need to be replaced. The City’s contractor for this project has presented two options to safely and successfully complete the construction required. One option requires a full closure, and the other option would take longer but would not require a full closure. The City has set up a survey for residents to give feedback on the option they prefer.

Construction is anticipated to begin early August and will be limited to Westmoreland Blvd between SE San Jeronimo Road and SE Pine Valley Street.

Option one: Daily Lane Closures
Cost: Approximately $146,000
Duration: Three weeks

Details: Daily lane closures will consist of a three-man flagging operation and construction of temporary pavement to maintain traffic on Westmoreland Blvd. The roadway will stay open for the duration of the construction activities.

The installation and removal of temporary pavement and construction activities would take place adjacent to traffic. No detour would be required. However, motorists could experience delays as traffic will be reduced to a single lane.

Daily lane closures is the costlier option – about $30,000 more than a full road closure – and is more time consuming.

Option two: Full Road Closure
Cost: Approximately $113,000
Duration: One week

Details: Option two would be a full road closure and would detour traffic to Port St. Lucie Boulevard via Morningside Boulevard and SE Gowin Drive. This option would take approximately one week to complete.

A full road closure will cost less and is less time consuming, with no need to construct and remove temporary pavement. It also allows for a safer construction operation – as there would be no traffic entering the construction site.

With a full road closure, it is anticipated that all construction will be completed before the first day of school.

Residents can cast their votes at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/MBQCWWY. The survey will close July 5, 2017.

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Mayor Oravec and City of Port St. Lucie Recognized with City Livability Award U.S. Conference of Mayors Announces 2017 City Livability Award Winners at 85th Annual Meeting

PORT ST. LUCIE – Mayor Gregory J. Oravec received national recognition this weekend for Port St. Lucie’s efforts to confront issues on race relations, unity, inclusion – and to enhance our promise to be a City for all people.

Mayor Oravec received an Outstanding Achievement Large City 2017 Livability Award in support of the Forum on Race Relations & Inclusion at the U.S. Conference of Mayor’s 85th Annual Meeting in Miami Beach on Saturday, June 24.

The award recognizes mayoral leadership in developing and implementing programs that improve the quality of life in America’s cities, focusing on the leadership, creativity, and innovation demonstrated by mayors. This year’s winning cities were selected by former mayors from a pool of more than 150 applicants.

“Our City Livability Awards Program gives us the chance to express our pride in cities’ mayoral leadership in making urban areas cleaner, safer, and more livable,” said Tom Cochran, CEO and Executive Director of the Conference of Mayors. “We are grateful to Waste Management for its many years of support for the City Livability Awards Program, and for the opportunity to showcase the innovation and commitment of mayors and city governments across the country.”

The Port St. Lucie City Council agreed to move forward with the Forum on Race Relations & Inclusion in response to acts of violence in the United States stemming from racial tension, terrorism, hate and a lack of understanding. The Forum was an opportunity for the public to engage in honest dialogue, express ideas and learn about others. The Forum’s mission is to bring the people of Port St. Lucie together to listen, share concerns, learn, plan and act and report progress on maintaining and enhancing the City’s promise of being a City for all people.

“Since our founding fathers declared independence, our citizens’ safety and prosperity have been the primary mission of American governments at all levels, including cities. Here in the City of Port St. Lucie, we have much to be proud of in fulfilling this mission. We are the safest large City in Florida and a growing City for all people, not just in words but in statistical facts,” Oravec said. “However, if we are to maintain and enhance these high standards, we can never take our success for granted. We must be prepared to proactively address the great challenges of our day, and one of the largest challenges currently facing us and the world is hate-based violence. The Forum on Race Relations & Inclusion was an important waypoint in our effort to confront hate and to maintain and enhance the unity of our community.”

This year, the City will build off of the Forum by conducting additional “bridging the gap” training and reviewing our internal administrative policies as we strive for continuous improvement.

This is the 38th year in which cities have competed for the Livability Award, which is sponsored by the Conference of Mayors and Waste Management, Inc., the nation’s largest environmental solution provider.
Alex Gonzalez, Waste Management’s Florida Area Public Affairs Director, presented the City Livability awards during the annual luncheon in Miami Beach.

“Through the City Livability Awards, Waste Management is immensely proud to honor US Mayors who are committed to strengthening our communities and enhancing the lives of their residents across the nation,” said Susan Moulton, Waste Management’s Senior Corporate Director of Public Sector Solutions. “For more than 28 years, Waste Management has sponsored the Awards, because the work these Mayors do to keep our communities safe, healthy, and vibrant aligns directly with our commitment to community vitality by providing innovative, safe and sustainable recycling and waste services.”

In addition to the two top awards, Outstanding Achievement Awards were given to five cities with populations of 100,000 or more: Irvine (CA), Gresham (OR), Phoenix (AZ), Pembroke Pines (FL), Port St. Lucie (FL) — and five cities with populations of less than 100,000 — Aguadilla (PR), Doral (FL), Dubuque (IA), East Orange (NJ) and Greenville (MS).

Honorable Mention citations for cities with populations of 100,000 or more went to: Allentown (PA), Bridgeport (CT), Las Vegas (NV), and Plano (TX). Citations for cities with populations of less than 100,000 went to Bethlehem (PA), Carmel (IN), Johns Creek (GA), and Orland Park (IL).

“We are grateful for the USCM’s partnership and recognition and Waste Management’s sponsorship of the Livability Awards Program,” Oravec said. “I am proud of our community, City Council and staff members for making our first Forum a great success.”

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Dyer Difference Award Reaches the Summit

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Indian River County – Special Equestrians of the Treasure Coast board member Denise Jiruska accepts the May Dyer Difference Award for Indian River County from Will and Tatiana Dyer of Dyer Automotive Group.

Once a year, business leaders, entrepreneurs, and professionals from throughout the Treasure Coast gather to network, learn, dialogue, and connect at the Treasure Coast Business Summit. This year, the entire event has a new look, new feel, and new management, so it seems the perfect time and place for the Dyer Automotive Group to celebrate the May Dyer Difference Awards for both Indian River and St. Lucie Counties.
Since relocating to the area in 2008, each month, members of the Dyer Chevrolet Fort Pierce staff and others at Dyer Chevrolet in Vero Beach meet to review the applications which have been submitted. They select one non-profit organization to receive that month’s recognition and $3,000 award each in St. Lucie and Indian River Counties. For the Dyer family and the members of the Dyer Chevrolet Fort Pierce staff, it’s all about helping to make a positive difference in the community. For the recipients, it’s an acknowledgement of their tireless efforts to do the same and a much-needed financial boost to help further their missions. This month, it’s also a chance for the entire Treasure Coast to celebrate the very special May recipients, The Aaron Project and Special Equestrians of the Treasure Coast at the Treasure Coast Business Summit.
Vickie Penly has been involved with Special Equestrians of the Treasure Coast (SETC) in Vero Beach for many years as a volunteer. A therapeutic riding organization which provides horsemanship instruction to children and adults with physical, mental, and emotional disabilities, the organization provides more than 1,200 lessons per year to groups and individuals of all ages. Multiple studies have shown tremendous physical improvements and psychological benefits after equine-assisted therapy including muscle functionality, postural control and motor function. Psychologically, therapeutic riding has also been associated with assisting individuals with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), depression, self-esteem and social issues.
Aaron Beauchamp was only nine years old when he was killed in a school bus crash in St. Lucie County in 2012. His parents, Lillian and Simon, created The Aaron Project in memory of their son with a mission to help honor their son and recognize others for the things he loved, including arts, athletics, academics, and giving to others. Since its inception in 2013, The Aaron Project has awarded over $80,000 in scholarships to local high school seniors, helped to provide classroom grants for teachers and art projects, and distributed The Golden Cleat Award, customized soccer cleats with Aaron Beauchamp’s initials on them, to high school athletes throughout St. Lucie County.
While the Dyer Automotive Group typically distributes the monthly Dyer Difference Awards and accompanying checks at their Indian River and St. Lucie County Locations, the occasion of this year’s Treasure Coast Business Summit provided a wonderful opportunity to give the entire community a chance to publicly acknowledge and celebrate two terrific non-profit organizations in our midst. If you’d like to nominate a non-profit organization for the monthly Dyer Difference Award, please visit www.dyerdifference.org or find Dyer Difference on Facebook to locate the appropriate county’s application.

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Dyer Difference Award Reaches the Summit

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St. Lucie County – The May Dyer Difference Award for St. Lucie County recognized The Aaron Project, in memory of Aaron Beauchamp. Presenting Aaron’s parents Simon and Lilli Beauchamp with the award are Dyer Chevrolet’s Jonathan Hardie, Will Dyer, Simon Beauchamp, Lilli Beauchamp, Tatiana Dyer, Jonathan Holmes

Once a year, business leaders, entrepreneurs, and professionals from throughout the Treasure Coast gather to network, learn, dialogue, and connect at the Treasure Coast Business Summit. This year, the entire event has a new look, new feel, and new management, so it seems the perfect time and place for the Dyer Automotive Group to celebrate the May Dyer Difference Awards for both Indian River and St. Lucie Counties.
Since relocating to the area in 2008, each month, members of the Dyer Chevrolet Fort Pierce staff and others at Dyer Chevrolet in Vero Beach meet to review the applications which have been submitted. They select one non-profit organization to receive that month’s recognition and $3,000 award each in St. Lucie and Indian River Counties. For the Dyer family and the members of the Dyer Chevrolet Fort Pierce staff, it’s all about helping to make a positive difference in the community. For the recipients, it’s an acknowledgement of their tireless efforts to do the same and a much-needed financial boost to help further their missions. This month, it’s also a chance for the entire Treasure Coast to celebrate the very special May recipients, The Aaron Project and Special Equestrians of the Treasure Coast at the Treasure Coast Business Summit.
Vickie Penly has been involved with Special Equestrians of the Treasure Coast (SETC) in Vero Beach for many years as a volunteer. A therapeutic riding organization which provides horsemanship instruction to children and adults with physical, mental, and emotional disabilities, the organization provides more than 1,200 lessons per year to groups and individuals of all ages. Multiple studies have shown tremendous physical improvements and psychological benefits after equine-assisted therapy including muscle functionality, postural control and motor function. Psychologically, therapeutic riding has also been associated with assisting individuals with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), depression, self-esteem and social issues.
Aaron Beauchamp was only nine years old when he was killed in a school bus crash in St. Lucie County in 2012. His parents, Lillian and Simon, created The Aaron Project in memory of their son with a mission to help honor their son and recognize others for the things he loved, including arts, athletics, academics, and giving to others. Since its inception in 2013, The Aaron Project has awarded over $80,000 in scholarships to local high school seniors, helped to provide classroom grants for teachers and art projects, and distributed The Golden Cleat Award, customized soccer cleats with Aaron Beauchamp’s initials on them, to high school athletes throughout St. Lucie County.
While the Dyer Automotive Group typically distributes the monthly Dyer Difference Awards and accompanying checks at their Indian River and St. Lucie County Locations, the occasion of this year’s Treasure Coast Business Summit provided a wonderful opportunity to give the entire community a chance to publicly acknowledge and celebrate two terrific non-profit organizations in our midst. If you’d like to nominate a non-profit organization for the monthly Dyer Difference Award, please visit www.dyerdifference.org or find Dyer Difference on Facebook to locate the appropriate county’s application.

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  Coffee With Port St. Lucie Mayor Greg Oravec and the

St. Lucie County Chamber of Commerce

Port St. Lucie – Coffee With the Mayor is an informative update from Port St. Lucie’s Mayor Greg Oravec. The mayor joined St. Lucie County Chamber of Commerce President/CEO Terissa Aronson to talk about the latest happenings in the City of Port St. Lucie. The event is held the second Friday of every month, is free, open to both Chamber of Commerce members and non-members. Sponsorship opportunities are televised on PSLTV channel 20 on Comcast and channel 99 on U-Verse. Thank you to Treasure Coast Healthcare System for sponsoring this event.

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Coffee With Port St. Lucie Mayor Greg Oravec and

the St. Lucie County Chamber of Commerce

Port St. Lucie – At Coffee With the Mayor Florida Community Health Center’s Stephanie Beach was awarded the Children’s Services Council of St. Lucie County’s Community Impact Award. The award was presented by CSCSLC Executive Director Sean Boyle and St Lucie County Chamber President/CEO Terissa Aronson.

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Sunshine Kitchen Farm to Fork Fresh Market Development to Begin Soon

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St. Lucie –St. Lucie County is actively sowing the seeds of the future by creating a Research, Education and Development Park (Research Park) in Fort Pierce, Florida, currently comprised of 356 acres with future additions bringing the total acreage to over 1,650 acres.

In 2005, the St. Lucie Board of County Commissioners and the University of Florida collectively created this agriculturally and bio-technologically focused Research Park on Florida’s east coast. Through the cooperative efforts of the School Board of St. Lucie County and the University of Florida, plans are advancing for the inclusion of the additional property.

Construction will begin soon on the Sunshine Kitchen. The Sunshine Kitchen is planned to create a professionally equipped, commercial kitchen and research lab designed to help entrepreneurs in the development of commercially viable food ventures.

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Seven Receive Scholarships

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Ft. Pierce – Seven talented young Treasure Coast musicians were recognized last week at the annual Fort Pierce Jazz and Blues Society Scholarship Night at the Sunrise Black Box Theatre. The evening began with a little music from the pros who comprise the Society’s members, and then the scholarship festivities began with a recognition of Society volunteer Anita Sperry and the seven aspiring young musicians. Receiving scholarships to pursue education in a music field were musicians Jonathan Cooper, Rebecca Cox, Benji Diaz, Ian Lazan, Nick Leonard, Moss Rogers and Adam Rozman.

The scholarships were awarded at the Society’s annual Scholarship Night Presentation at the Sunrise Black Box Theatre – an evening filled with music from the pros, celebration of the student artists, and even more music from the young and upcoming musicians who had just been awarded scholarships.
Master of Ceremonies Mark Green, a professional musician who also serves as a board member for the Fort Pierce Jazz and Blues Society, had the honor of introducing the winners to the audience. The scholarship committee consisted of Fort Pierce Jazz and Blues Society members and professional musicians Al Hager, Claudio Berardi, Don Bestor, Jr., Mark Green, and Anita Sperry.

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Port St. Lucie Hurricane Preparedness Expo ’17

St. Lucie – The Port St Lucie Hurricane Preparedness Expo was held on Saturday, June 3 at the Port St Lucie Civic Center in Port St. Lucie.  The Hurricane Expo is the City’s premier storm preparation event that connects residents with businesses and emergency services providers. Admission and parking is free. Being prepared is the key to protecting your home and loved ones during a severe storm. This year’s Expo  focused on education and included informative presentations from meteorologists and key community organizations, along with exhibits from a variety of hurricane preparedness vendors.

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Port St. Lucie Hurricane Preparedness Expo ’17

St. Lucie – The Port St Lucie Hurricane Preparedness Expo was held on Saturday, June 3 at the Port St Lucie Civic Center in Port St. Lucie.  The Hurricane Expo is the City’s premier storm preparation event that connects residents with businesses and emergency services providers. Admission and parking is free. Being prepared is the key to protecting your home and loved ones during a severe storm. This year’s Expo  focused on education and included informative presentations from meteorologists and key community organizations, along with exhibits from a variety of hurricane preparedness vendors.

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St. Lucie – The Port St Lucie Hurricane Preparedness Expo was held on Saturday, June 3 at the Port St Lucie Civic Center in Port St. Lucie.  The Hurricane Expo is the City’s premier storm preparation event that connects residents with businesses and emergency services providers. Admission and parking is free. Being prepared is the key to protecting your home and loved ones during a severe storm. This year’s Expo  focused on education and included informative presentations from meteorologists and key community organizations, along with exhibits from a variety of hurricane preparedness vendors.

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Powerful Mental Health Film Screening at Sunrise Theatre

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Fort Pierce, FL -The award winning mental health film ‘No Letting Go’ based on the true life story of producer Randi Silverman was shown as a free, community mental health event Saturday at the historic Sunrise Theatre in downtown Fort Pierce. The film, whose licensing and viewing rites are currently with Suncoast Mental Health Center, was able to be shown for free to the public with the help of sponsors Stewart Materials and Martin Health System and volunteers. Community resources were available to all who came from Boys and Girls Club, Children’s Services Council, Suncoast and information related to the upcoming Vero Beach Wine + Film Festival.

The film is based on the true life story of Randi Silverman whose son Tim was diagnosed with bi-polar disorder. It chronicles the challenges the young man faced over the course of being diagnosed from a young age to young adulthood. Mental health is viewed through the lens of the parents, siblings, classmates, and peers as Tim struggles to share his symptoms with those closest to him. Rated PG, ‘No Letting Go’ is a powerful film that will shed light on this important community health issue.

“When we saw this film at last year’s Vero Beach Wine and Film Festival, we knew that we had to share it. There should be no suffering in silence following this film. We are here to help individuals who may struggle with not only bi-polar disorder, but the broad range of illnesses that affect the mind.” said Debra Scuderi who is Acting CEO at Suncoast. Suncoast’s mission includes a holistic approach to mental health care including the family, teachers, and therapists and case managers when necessary to address mental and behavioral concerns at a young age allowing for a happy, productive, mentally well life. By offering education and awareness events to the community, Suncoast is working to break down stigma surrounding mental illnesses, while raising public knowledge of current trends.

The film is available for use at clubhouses, churches or any other venue that would like to share it with their community. If you are interested in seeing the film, please contact Deb Pizzimenti, Marketing and Communications Coordinator at Suncoast Mental Health Center for more details.

Suncoast Mental Health Center is a 501(c)(3) organization serving the behavioral and mental health needs of residents of Martin, St. Lucie, Indian River, and Okeechobee Counties since 1998. Suncoast is accredited by the Joint Commission. For more information, contact Deb Pizzimenti at Suncoast (772) 291-3210, dpizzimenti@smhcinc.org.

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Port St. Lucie Police Department Memorial Service

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Port St. Lucie – The Port St. Lucie Police Department held a Memorial Service dedicated to the memory of Sergeant Donald R. Mahan. Sergeant Mahan died in the line of duty May 13, 1992. Members of Sergeant Mahan’s family were in attendance, along with members of the police department, city officials, and city residents.  After the ceremony there were refreshments provided by Aycock Funeral Home, Port St. Lucie.

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Port St. Lucie Police Department Memorial Service

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Port St. Lucie – The Port St. Lucie Police Department held a Memorial Service dedicated to the memory of Sergeant Donald R. Mahan. Sergeant Mahan died in the line of duty May 13, 1992. Members of Sergeant Mahan’s family were in attendance, along with members of the police department, city officials, and city residents.  After the ceremony there were refreshments provided by Aycock Funeral Home, Port St. Lucie.

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Fertilizer Restricted Season Begins June 1st and is in Effect Until September 30th

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Fertilizer in storm water runoff can cause excessive nutrients to enter waterways in the City, this can lead to algae growth in our waterways including the North Fork of the St. Lucie River.
If you plan to fertilize your lawn, here’s is a brief summary of what you need to know:

Restricted Season—No fertilizer containing nitrogen and/or phosphorus (phosphate) shall be applied to turf or landscape plants from June 1 to September 30 each year.
Weather Watch—No application of fertilizer shall be made when a flood, tropical storm or hurricane watch or warning is forecast, or more than 2 inches of rain is expected.
Nitrogen Application – During the non-restricted season October 1 to May 31, nitrogen fertilizer must contain at least 50% slow release nitrogen.
Phosphorus Application—No fertilizer containing phosphorus (phosphate) shall be applied anytime during the year, unless a soil test showing a deficiency is taken. Contact UF-IFAS extension office for further information on testing at (772) 462-1660.
Fertilizer-Free Zone—Do not apply fertilizer within 10 feet from the top of bank of any water surface, wetland, or landward edge of a seawall.
Storm water Run Off—Keep fertilizer off hard surfaces, and out of ditches, conveyances or water bodies. If spilled, clean up immediately. Keep grass clippings and landscape debris from being deposited into storm drains, ditches, surface waters, and roadways to reduce runoff pollution.
Enforcement—Violations of this ordinance and its requirements can result in monetary fines
Residents are encouraged to make their landscape a Florida-friendly Landscape. Do your part to create a more sustainable Florida! Down load a copy of the Florida Yards and Neighborhoods Handbook. For more information go to http://www.cityofpsl.com/public-works/fertilizer.html

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St. Lucie County Chamber of Commerce and Geico Treasure Coast Present the 21st Annual Fishing Frenzy

Ft. Pierce -The St. Lucie County Chamber of Commerce held their annual Fishing Frenzy at the Fort Pierce marina. 115 boats set off in pursuit of the largest dolphin, which was worth $10,000. This dolphin was just over 57 pounds.

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City of Port St. Lucie Among Best in the Nation for Starting a Business and Housing Market Profits

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PORT ST. LUCIE – The City of Port St. Lucie is among the top big cities in the nation to start a new business, and it also had one of the most profitable housing markets so far this year, according to recently published studies.
Personal finance outlet WalletHub.com this week named Port St. Lucie as 2017’s 14th Best Large City to Start a Business. WalletHub’s analysts compared the 150 most populated U.S. cities across 18 key indicators of startup viability. Those metrics included five-year business-survival rate, office space affordability, availability of human capital, industry variety and financing accessibility.
WalletHub ranked Oklahoma City as the top big City to start a business. Port St. Lucie, at number 14, ranked higher than Orlando, which was ranked 19 and was the only other Florida city in the top 20.
The full study can be found at: https://wallethub.com/edu/best-cities-to-start-a-business/2281/ .
In a separate study, the financial website credit.com last week featured Port St. Lucie in a report on the 20 most profitable housing markets in the U.S. this year. Port St. Lucie ranked 20th in the nation on this list that analyzed cities with the highest percent return on the previous purchase price.
Port St. Lucie was the only Florida city on credit.com’s list, which ranked San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa
Clara, California as having the most profitable housing market so far this year. According to the study, Port St. Lucie’s housing market had an average 30 percent return on investment with an average price gain of $53,000 in the first quarter of 2017.
This entire report can be found at: http://blog.credit.com/2017/04/the-20-most-profitable-housingmarkets-this-year-171991/ .

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Humane Society of the Treasure Coast & Hill’s Pet Nutrition
Help Families Become “Pet Prepared”

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In photo: Now is the time for pet owners to begin making preparations for hurricane season and other emergency situations.

PALM CITY, Fla. — In recognition of National Animal Disaster Preparedness Day on May 13, the Humane Society of the Treasure Coast is joining Hill’s Pet Nutrition and its network of animal shelter partners to encourage pet parents to fully consider their pets in their emergency planning.

In times of crisis, people are often told to leave their homes for a “short time,” only to find that they cannot return for days or even weeks. As a result, community animal shelters are … click here to read the rest of the story

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St. Lucie County Issues Burn Ban Due to Dry Conditions

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St. Lucie County Public Safety officials, in conjunction with the St. Lucie County Fire District and Florida Forest Service, have implemented a county-wide burn ban effective immediately due to the extremely dry conditions.
The burn ban applies to all non-permitted, outside burning. Agricultural burning will be permitted on a case-by-case basis as authorized by the Florida Forest Service. The drought index for St. Lucie County is nearly 600 out of 800. An index reading higher than 550 is considered extremely dry. However, fire and forestry officials are fighting twice as many fires as they were this time last year.
“We are urging residents to use extreme caution and report any outside burning or fireworks to 9-1-1,” said St. Lucie County Public Safety Director Ron Parrish. “Our fire fighters along with the Florida Forest Service staff have done an excellent job of keeping St. Lucie County safe.”
Additionally motorists are asked to use extreme caution and avoid keeping vehicles parked with the motor running or driving over dry grassy areas.
As in previous years, the County will continue to monitor the situation on a daily basis and take additional steps as needed until the drought index is once again satisfactory. The last time St. Lucie County issued a county-wide burn ban was in the spring of 2011.

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Not Just A Routine Traffic Stop!

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Port St. Lucie – You know that feeling in your stomach when you see those lights flashing behind you when a cop is pulling you over? Yup! That’s the one!

Today on U.S. Federal Highway I in Port St Lucie, I had that happen to me, I had that feeling in my stomach and I wasn’t even driving! Coming back from the Fort Pierce Women’s Club driving home. The officer pulled my friend over.

She knew right away what the problem was,she had just purchased her new license plate the day before but had not put it on because she did not have a screwdriver!

The officer came over to her window and ask for her license, insurance, etc., which she gave him. She asked him if she was being pulled over because the plate was out-of-date (yesterday). The officer replied, “yes.” She told him that the plate was in the car and he asked her to show it to him, which she did.

He then went back to his cruiser and came back with a screwdriver started putting her new license plate on her car. That was too cool! I own Out2News a local online newspaper in St. Lucie County so I thought this is way too cool for this officer to do this, so I asked him if I could take a photo. I took the photo of the “Good Samitarian” act of kindness the Port St.Lucie officers’ name is B. Cuevas. There were four of us in the car before everything was done we were all out of the car thanking the officer and his back up officer B. Saliba, for doing such a good deed. So, you see don’t always need to think that you are getting pulled over and it’s going to be a awful experience, sometimes it’s just too cool.

Thank you once again to the Port St. Lucie Police Department for the kindness and thoughtfulness to four crazy ladies on a Friday afternoon!

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