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INDIAN RIVER SHORES — Attorneys representing the approximately 3,000 Vero electric customers in the Town of Indian River Shores Monday filed an amended complaint to a lawsuit filed back in July but suspended in unproductive mediation for nine months.
INDIAN RIVER SHORES — After meeting for a little more than two hours and taking several breaks to caucus with their respective attorneys, representatives from the Town of Indian River Shores and the City of Vero Beach have not resolved their differences.
VERO BEACH — City Manager Jim O'Connor said Thursday that he met earlier this week with representatives from Florida Power and Light, and that the topic of FPL purchasing the Town of Indian River Shores electric assets and customers did come up, but that it was not a fruitful meeting.
VERO BEACH — City Manager Jim O'Connor said Thursday after reading that Indian River Shores officials think Vero is attempting to negotiate the sale of Shores electric customers to Florida Power and Light that there's no deal in the works.
VERO BEACH — Three years after he was brought in to preside over the decommissioning of Vero’s Big Blue power plant and sale of the electric utility to Florida Power and Light, Vero Electric Utility Director Tom Richards has given up on the hope of this happening anytime soon and is going back into retirement.