Volusia County Mosquito Control Will Hold Two Tire Amnesty Events To Help Reduce Pesky Insect Population

With mosquito season in full swing, Volusia County is ramping up efforts to combat these pesky insects. Ongoing efforts to reduce mosquito populations include eliminating containers where mosquitoes lay eggs, with old tires being a common culprit.

Volusia County Mosquito Control will hold two tire amnesty events from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday, Oct. 9, at River Breeze Park, 250 H H Burch Road, Oak Hill; and Holly Hill Public Works, 453 LPGA Blvd. (access to site on 10th St. Adjacent to Magnolia Avenue intersection.). Only residential tires will be accepted, and there is a limit of 20 tires per person. There is no cost to drop off tires. Volusia County employees continue to practice social distancing and are required to wear masks when working within close contact of others. Residents must unload tires directly into the dumpster.

In addition to disposing of old tires, the most important steps residents can take to help fight the bite include tipping containers at least weekly to remove standing water, tossing containers not in use, and wearing mosquito repellent to avoid mosquito bites.

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Additional tips to prevent mosquito bites include:

Toss bottles, cans, pots and broken appliances.

Turn over empty pots and buckets.

Replace water in birdbaths and pet dishes at least once a week.

Don’t overwater the lawn.

Clean out eaves, troughs and gutters. 

Drain water from boats and tarps.

Maintain the proper chemistry in swimming pools.

Empty plastic pools when not in use.

For more information, call 386-424-2920. To learn more about mosquito control or submit a request for service, visit Volusia.org/mosquito

Source: Volusia County News

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Duke Energy Grants Benefit Florida Natural Resources And Species Conservation

Florida’s natural resources and species conservation efforts to benefit from nearly $355,000 in grants from Duke Energy

Grants support bald eagles, marine life, habitat restoration and education. Company selects 10 nonprofit organizations to receive funds.

The Duke Energy Foundation has awarded nearly $355,000 to 10 nonprofits committed to protecting and restoring Florida’s natural resources. The grants will fund programs that protect and rehabilitate Florida wildlife, as well as conserve and restore native habitats. The grants also support environmental education and help preserve Florida’s natural resources, including its waterways.

“Our community partners who work to protect Florida’s natural resources and wildlife have not escaped consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic,” said Catherine Stempien, Duke Energy Florida state president. “These grants will help them to continue the good work they do every day to protect, restore and rehabilitate our state’s environmental treasures and resources in a sustainable way.”

Among this year’s recipients is the Clearwater Marine Aquarium, which received $100,000 to support its Animal Care Fund. Like many other attractions, the aquarium had to close its doors to the public this year for two months because of COVID-19.

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“We were left virtually without much needed revenues to cover ongoing expenses. Yet, our work and care for our animals never stops; it must continue regardless of circumstances,” said Frank Dame, the aquarium’s chief executive officer. “This grant will provide much needed funds for supplies and medical equipment that we otherwise could not afford because of this pandemic. Our animals and staff very much appreciate this generous grant from Duke Energy and your continuing partnership with CMA.”

Grant Recipients, Programs and Awards

Tampa Bay area:

Clearwater Marine Aquarium – Animal Care Fund ($100,000)

Tampa Bay Watch – Bay Grasses in Classes service-learning program ($10,000)

Greater Orlando area:

Bok Tower Gardens – Restoration of rare plant habitat ($25,000)

Oakland Nature Preserve – Habitat restoration to support water quality and gopher tortoises ($20,100)

Back to Nature Wildlife – Wildlife rehabilitation ($2,500)

Greater Tallahassee/Gainesville area:

Florida Museum of Natural History – “The Story of Florida Water,” a new permanent exhibit ($100,000)

Franklin Promise Coalition – Oyster habitat creation and disaster preparedness programs ($28,000)

University of Florida – Sportfish snook research ($25,800)

Rainbow River Conservation – Historical interpretive signage ($2,412)

Statewide:

Audubon Society of Florida – Bald Eagle Conservation Program ($40,000)

Duke Energy Foundation

The Duke Energy Foundation provides philanthropic support to meet the needs of communities where Duke Energy customers live and work. The foundation contributes more than $30 million annually in charitable gifts and is funded by Duke Energy shareholder dollars. More information about the foundation and its Powerful Communities program can be found at duke-energy.com/foundation.

Duke Energy (NYSE: DUK), a Fortune 150 company headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina, is one of the largest energy holding companies in the U.S. It employs 30,000 people and has an electric generating capacity of 51,000 megawatts through its regulated utilities, and 3,000 megawatts through its nonregulated Duke Energy Renewables unit.

Duke Energy is transforming its customers’ experience, modernizing the energy grid, generating cleaner energy and expanding natural gas infrastructure to create a smarter energy future for the people and communities it serves. The Electric Utilities and Infrastructure unit’s regulated utilities serve approximately 7.7 million retail electric customers in six states – North Carolina, South Carolina, Florida, Indiana, Ohio and Kentucky. The Gas Utilities and Infrastructure unit distributes natural gas to more than 1.6 million customers in five states – North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Ohio and Kentucky. The Duke Energy Renewables unit operates wind and solar generation facilities across the U.S., as well as energy storage and microgrid projects.

Duke Energy was named to Fortune’s 2020 “World’s Most Admired Companies” list, and Forbes’ 2019 “America’s Best Employers” list. More information about the company is available at duke-energy.com. The Duke Energy News Center contains news releases, fact sheets, photos, videos and other materials. Duke Energy’s illumination features stories about people, innovations, community topics and environmental issues. Follow Duke Energy on TwitterLinkedInInstagram and Facebook.

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Boo at the Zoo Halloween Event Returns to Brevard Zoo in Melbourne, Florida in October

Boo at the Zoo, Brevard Zoo’s popular family Halloween event, is moving from night to day to accommodate social distancing needs. It is scheduled to run from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on October 10, 11, 17, 18, 24, 25 and 31. Boo at the Zoo is sponsored by Avtec Homes, and all activities are included with general Zoo admission and free for members.

“This year’s event is going to look very different, but there will still be plenty of festive fall fun to be had by all,” said Andrea Hill, the Zoo’s director of marketing and communications. “Most importantly, we haven’t forgotten about the candy!”

Guests are encouraged to wear costumes. Attractions include activities along the Monarch Migration Trail, a scavenger hunt throughout the Zoo, themed photo opportunities, music and the opportunity to view all of the Zoo’s animals. A complimentary bag of candy will be provided to all children ages 12 and younger upon exit.

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Boo at the Zoo is also supported by Slug-A-Bug, Brevard County Firefighters Local 2969, Doug Hambel’s Plumbing, Roswell Marine, Rockledge Regional Medical Center, Whittaker Cooper, Phantom Products, Richard’s Paint, Biomat USA and Wharton-Smith, Inc.


Brevard Zoo is home to more than 900 animals representing 195 species from all over the world. As a not-for-profit organization, it is a leader in the fields of animal wellness, education and conservation. More information is available at http://www.brevardzoo.org.


Treetop Trek features five aerial obstacle courses that whisk guests above parts of the Zoo and through lush Florida landscapes. More information is available at http://www.treetoptrek.com.


The Aquarium Project is a plan to construct a world-class aquarium and conservation center at Port Canaveral. More information is available at http://www.theaquariumproject.org

Source: Brevard Zoo

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Wild Florida Celebrates 10 Years Of Adventure With Free Weekday Gator Park Admission

Wild Florida Airboats, Gator Park & Drive-thru Safari celebrates 10 years of airboats, animal encounters, and adventure by giving everyone free weekday admission to their Gator Park through the month of October with a canned food donation.

2020 marks Wild Florida’s 10th anniversary of airboat tours, animal encounters and safari expeditions. To celebrate years of continued expansion and success, Wild Florida is offering free weekday Gator Park admission to everyone that brings a canned food donation throughout the 10th month of the year, October. With tin and aluminum traditionally being associated with a 10th anniversary, Wild Florida plans to collect much needed canned food donations for local charities.  These canned food items will be donated to local food pantries to help families in need.

Wild Florida Airboats, Gator Park & Drive-thru Safari opened on Lake Cypress in Kenansville in 2010, with a focus on educating individuals about Central Florida’s natural resources. Starting off with a 14-acre Gator Park and airboat tours, Wild Florida’s mission continues to educate guests on protecting and conserving Florida’s diverse ecosystem by offering noninvasive, immersive airboat tours throughout the Everglades and hands-on animal interactions to help connect guests with Florida’s ecosystem.

“Hard to believe 10 years have gone by,” says Sam Haught co-owner and founder of Wild Florida. “We had a vision of bigger things to come, but none of us thought Wild Florida would be a 285 acre adventure park in such a short time.  Mostly we’re thankful to everyone that has helped us make it happen. “

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Admission to Wild Florida’s Gator Park is $10 per adult and $8 per child and Florida residents can enjoy the Gator Park for just $5 per adult and per child. On weekdays during the month of October, Gator Park admission will be free for everyone, regardless of residency. Wild Florida offers a variety of interactive experiences, hands-on animal encounters, and adventure packages that let guests explore Florida’s natural wildlife. Learn more about Wild Florida’s offerings at WildFL.com.

KENANSVILLE, Fla., Sept. 24, 2020 /PRNewswire

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National Weather Service Offers Free Weather Spotter Training To Residents Of East Central Florida

Have you ever wanted to learn to be a trained weather spotter? You’ll have two opportunities in October, and the training is free and conveniently available from the comfort of your own computer, cell phone or tablet. It’s called SKYWARN training, and it’s geared toward anyone interested in learning more about our Florida weather.

Taught by National Weather Service meteorologists, the SKYWARN program consists of trained weather spotters who help with the weather warning process by reporting severe and hazardous conditions like hail, wind, tornadoes and flooding in real time. The basic training, which is being taught online due to the COVID-19 pandemic, covers various aspects of severe weather, storm spotting, how storms form and severe weather safety.

“People who take this class will come away with a much better understanding of our weather patterns and the atmospheric factors that affect our weather systems here in Florida,” said Volusia County Emergency Management Director Jim Judge. “But more than that, they’ll be trained to provide a very important service to the public in helping to warn of potentially dangerous conditions.”

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The basic class is being offered from 4 to 6 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 15 and again from 6 to 8 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 28. To register, visit https://go.usa.gov/xvH9a. Once you register, you’ll receive an email approximately a week before the class with instructions on how to participate.

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Four Volusia County Libraries To Distribute Emergency Preparedness Materials This Saturday

Pedro isn’t a real penguin. But with children as his target audience, Pedro’s message of safety and emergency preparedness just might save a life some day. The “Prepare With Pedro” activity books will be among the children’s safety materials that Volusia County’s Emergency Management staff will distribute this Saturday at four libraries around the county. It’s all part of Emergency Preparedness Month, which is recognized nationally every September.

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Emergency Preparedness Month is designed to promote awareness about the importance of developing family response plans for potential disasters such as hurricanes, tornadoes and fires. The focus of the last week of the month is on teaching children about preparedness. With that in mind, staff from Volusia County Emergency Management will be on-hand this Saturday from 10 a.m.-noon to pass out activity books like “Prepare With Pedro” and answer questions from children about being prepared. The participating libraries are as follows:

DeLand Regional Library, 130 E. Howry Ave.

Deltona Regional Library, 2150 Eustace Ave.

New Smyrna Beach Regional Library, 1001 S. Dixie Freeway

Daytona Beach Regional Library, 105 E. Magnolia Ave.

Parents are welcome to stop by one of the participating libaries on Saturday and pick up materials to bring home to their children.

Source: Volusia County News

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Florida Physician And Musician V. Tiarrá Releases Her Newest Hit Video For Her Single “Digital Love”

DIGITAL LOVE by Physician and Musician V. Tiarrá Released Highlighting Relationships In The Digital Age

R&B Fusion Artist V. Tiarrá just released her newest hit video for her single, “Digital Love,” just as her prior single, “Batter Up,” a lyrical critique to the many issues U.S. Citizens face as politicians “politick” and use their constituents for their own political power, was featured at the 2020 Democratic Party of Miami-Dade’s Blue Gala.

In the rhythmic “Digital Love,” V. Tiarrá, wants to spread her message that although technology is a popular and common means of connecting in this digital age, it may in fact make us more distant. Instead of being able to obtain true connection from other people, we are often left asking questions to artificial intelligence. V. Tiarrá playfully asks throughout the song, “Siri, do you love me?”

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In the just released, colorful and fun “Digital Love” music video,  V. Tiarrá makes her point of (dis)connection through the journey of dating using an online dating app. Online dating can be a serious rollercoaster of highs and lows of technology’s psychological effects, which are oftentimes programmed to toy with our minds for greater devotion and alliance to the “method” and “application” made to find your true love.

Telling the story of a typical relationship, V. Tiarrá goes on to highlight the ups and downs and darker side of online dating. She speaks to the quickly changing beginning and end where “just like magic…when the stars and the moon will show love….All I need is connection / some real love in this digital world” highlights the height of emotions and hope, until paranoia and disappointment leads to “Siri, do you love me / You used to act like you kinda cared / But now there’s no love for me… Siri, do you love me / if you do, would you let me know.”

According to Pew Research, 30% of U.S. Adults say they have used an online dating site or app. 45% of users felt more frustrated than the 28% that reported feeling more hopeful. All the while, 60% of women aged 18-34 say someone on a dating site or app continued to contact them after they said they were not interested, while 57% of these women report being sent a sexually explicit message or image they didn’t ask for.

Tiarrá’s lyrics hit home when she asks of ‘Siri’ early in the song “How about a little affection / A soft touch in this cold, hard world”, and shortly thereafter follows up with “People just want attention / By any means / Just give them a mention” where she questions our alliance, ego and relationships as we trade our health, safety and mental health, for “pics on the gram” and “social distance in the club / masks off” all the while having “Siri on the table /That’s love.”

Tiarrá critically questions our society and dating norms where perfection and lofty goals dominate mindset, and everyone is easily disposed of with a simple swipe. Many, within the online dating community, give mere seconds to connect, rather than the hours, days and weeks genuine relationships take to form.

Tiarrá as a physician and healthcare professional can understand the complex and long-term effects of new technology. She wants to bring light to the many cultural and societal issues prevalent in today’s digital world.

If you or someone you know is in need of mental health services and doesn’t know where to start you are not alone. The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, 800-273-8255, is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and SAMHSA Treatment Referral Helpline, 1-877-SAMHSA7, is available Monday-Friday 8 am-8 pm EST.

Tiarrá has been featured in countless publications, including but not limited to, Newsbreak, The North Dallas Gazette, The Sun-Sentinel, Medium, The Hype Magazine, Sawgrass Sun and Rive Video. Further, V. Tiarrá partners with Headcount, a non-partisan organization that uses the power of music to register voters and promote participation in democracy.

Tiarrá Bio

Tiarrá came to life in 2018. She found her way back to music after a long break, by first pursuing a career in medicine as a physician. She currently works as a Medical Director practicing in South Florida where she can support her hometown and current community. Music has helped V. Tiarrá heal from illness, and helped her find her true inner voice. Her style is a smart and soulful R&B/hip hop/pop mix. V. Tiarrá loves to write lyrics that reflect on the social conditions of the world, ranging from politics, money, feminism, to love. She was born and raised in South Florida.

MIAMI, Fla., Sept. 22, 2020 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE)

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Volusia County Mosquito Control Working Day And Night To Combat Pesky Insects

More Rain Means More Mosquitos

Volusia County is busy fighting an increased population of mosquitos. In additon to their efforts, they are also hoping citizens do their part to control the increasing numbers.

With rainy season in full swing, additional standing water provides ideal breeding grounds for mosquitoes.

“Surveillance data shows increasing populations of mosquitoes classified as floodwater,” said Volusia County Mosquito Control Director Suzanne Bartlett. “Floodwater mosquitoes result from eggs laid in the soil that have dried and are awaiting a rain event to hatch into mosquito larvae.”

Volusia County Mosquito Control is an integrated pest management program that includes an extensive surveillance program. Mosquito populations are tracked by species and location using mosquito traps, while sentinel chickens are used to monitor activity of mosquito transmitted viruses. The data collected is then used to develop a response plan specific to the area.

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Larvicide operations are routinely conducted by field inspectors on the ground and also by air using a helicopter during the daytime hours. Larviciding targets mosquito larvae in the water before they emerge into biting adult mosquitoes.

When adult populations increase and risk of mosquito-borne illness is elevated, adulticide operations are planned to target flying mosquitoes. These operations are done by truck, helicopter or fixed-wing aircraft after sunset or before sunrise when pollinators such as bees are not active. An online web map, available at Volusia.org/mosquito, shows planned and recently sprayed areas. This map is updated daily.

“Mosquito Control staff is working day and night to combat these pesky mosquitoes. Based upon recent widespread rainfall affecting the county, we are planning aerial adulticide operations,” Bartlett said. “We will have increased low flying helicopter operations over the next few weeks, as weather permits.”

Everyone Can Help

Mosquito Control encourages everyone to do what they can to help reduce mosquitoes by taking a walk around their home to look for any containers such as bird baths, potted plants, kiddie pools and yard ornaments that may be holding water. Emptying this water at least once a week can break the mosquito life cycle. Areas where water cannot be drained may be a good spot for mosquito fish (Gambusia), which are provided at no cost to the public.

Another key step is to protect yourself and your family by using an EPA approved repellent. For more suggestions, visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website at https://www.cdc.gov/zika/prevention/prevent-mosquito-bites.html

Additional information regarding Volusia County Mosquito Control operations and an online service request form can be found at Volusia.org/mosquito.

Source: Volusia County News

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City Of Ormond Beach Announces Halloween Highway: Family Friendly Drive-Thru Trunk or Treat

Ormond Beach Department of Leisure Services will present Halloween Highway: Family Friendly Drive-Thru Trunk or Treat on Saturday, October 24. This fun filled event will take place at the Ormond Beach Sports Complex, 700 Hull Road from 5:30PM to 8:30PM.

Dress up in your favorite costume and drive through the Ormond Beach Sports Complex to see Halloween lights, decorations, and costumes, and also receive goodies from local vendors and city staff! Halloween Highway is free and open to all ages.

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Vendors interested in participating should contact Sonja Johnson (386) 676-3241 sonja.johnson@ormondbeach.org

Source: Ormond Beach News

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TSA Precheck Enrollment Event Is Coming To Daytona Beach International Airport

A TSA Precheck enrollment event is coming to Daytona Beach International Airport (DAB) from 8 a.m. to noon and 1 to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday from Oct. 12 through 16 in the baggage claim area. Precheck allows participating flyers to experience a more efficient airport screening process by leaving on shoes, light jackets and belts and leaving laptops and compliant liquids in carry-on bags.

“While security lines at DAB are traditionally very fast, TSA Precheck makes the process that much easier, especially for the return flight back to DAB,” said Joanne Magley, the airport’s marketing & customer experience director. “Enrolling in TSA Precheck only takes a few minutes and significantly enhances travelers’ experience when using TSA checkpoints around the country.”

Applicants should pre-enroll at www.tsa.gov/precheck. When enrolling, enter “Daytona Beach, FL” as the location and choose Daytona Beach International Airport.

During the onsite enrollment at DAB, applicants will be fingerprinted for a background check. The $85 application fee can be paid by credit card, money order, company check or certified/cashier’s check. Cash and personal checks are not accepted.

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Due to COVID-19, applicants are required to wear face coverings during the appointments and adhere to social distancing guidelines.

To complete the on-site process, applicants must bring proof of identity and U.S. citizen documentation, such as a U.S. passport or a birth certificate and a driver’s license. For specifics of required documentation, visit  https://universalenroll.dhs.gov/programs/precheck.

Successful applicants will receive a known traveler number (KTN) via U.S. mail within 45 days that is valid for five years. The enrollee should enter the KTN in the “known traveler number” field when booking travel reservations. The KTN also can be added when booking reservations through a participating airline website, phone call to the airline reservation center, or with a travel management company making reservations. The KTN also can be entered in participating airline frequent flyer profiles, where it will be stored for future reservations.

More than 200 airports, including DAB, participate in the TSA Precheck program nationwide. Fifty-three airlines participate in the program, including Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Hawaiian Airlines, JetBlue Airways, Southwest Airlines, United Airlines and Virgin America.

For more information, contact Terminal Manager Pat O’Brien at 386-248-8030, ext. 18318. To learn more about TSA Precheck, visit tsa.gov/tsa-precheck. For more information about DAB, visit www.flyDAB.com.

Source: Volusia County – DAB

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