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Daily Briefing: Central Florida drinking supplies face more algae blooms.

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As the world warms, Lake Washington and other drinking supplies are likely to see more toxic blue-green algae bloom, complicating water treatment. Advertisement L1302 ARSI R 200 iformerdetectivelandia tugzwsazu jartist READ NOW o eNewspaper       |        Crosswords       |       Horoscopes Read in browser Read in browser florida today THE DAILY BRIEFING YOUR MORNING NEWS ROUNDUP Fri Apr 28 2023 CENTRAL FLORIDA DRINKING SUPPLIES FACE MORE ALGAE BLOOMS. Carolyn Vanzo, environmental scientist II. Environmental scientists with the St. Johns River Water Management District conduct routine tests for toxic algae in Lake Washington, which is the main source e of drinking water for the city of Melbourne. There were no signs of an algae bloom on the day of this test, but scientists want to know whether toxic algae blooms are happening more frequently or in higher concentrations in the lake. As the world warms, Lake Washington and other drinking supplies are likely to see more toxic blue-green algae bloom, complicating water treatment. READ MORE This artist's rendering depicts a portion of the future Viera Station commercial complex on Viera Boulevard. WHOLE FOODS SPOKESPERSON CONFIRMS PLANS TO OPEN STORE IN VIERA Why this Merritt Island shopper is excited about Whole Foods: 'I don't have to read labels and wonder if it's organic' READ MORE A SpaceX Falcon 9 stands at Launch Complex 40 at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station with a payload of two Boeing-built O3b mPower satellites for Luxembourg-based satellite operator SES. N S K q M Zl NG J K N W M D DENT D e N ;:' A WA AN A ? N av, 4 P ' 5E e:; 4 N 2.; i P PN S 7 i D I F S A I 1A g N SO BAD WEATHER AT CAPE CANAVERAL COULD GROUND NEXT SPACEX FALCON 9 LAUNCH A SpaceX Falcon 9 mission set to launch two communications satellites may have to hang around a while longer due to poor weather on the Space Coast. READ MORE Brevard's school board convened Thursday to interview the three finalists for the superintendent position. - LT TV T il SA TN T T hools- LIVE UPDATES: FOLLOW BREVARD PUBLIC SCHOOLS SUPERINTENDENT INTERVIEWS The three candidates will be interviewed during an all-day board meeting. READ MORE Cooking classes for kids are offered at the GHS Family YMCA this month. For subscribers ON A BUDGET? 5 FREE, FUN THINGS TO DO IN BREVARD FOR APRIL 28 - MAY 4 No money? No problem. It won't cost a dime to participate in a murder mystery, train your pup or focus on a healthy lifestyle on the Space Coast. READ MORE Advertisement SR Get 50% OFF IN CASE YOU MISSED IT WE SPENT AN AFTERNOON EXPLORING THE RENOVATED COCOA BEACH PIER We ate and sipped our way along the Cocoa Beach Pier: Lunch at Pier 62, kettle chip snacks from Chip Wrecked and a tropical drink served in a coconut READ MORE NASA PROGRAM AIMS TO RESTORE LAGOON SEAGRASS A NASA team in conjunction with other local agencies is working on a pilot program to regrow lagoon seagrass. READ MORE MANY FAMILIES ARE CHOOSING BETWEEN HOUSING, HEALTHCARE AND FOOD. The benefits of affordable housing are clear. Families who have access to safe and affordable housing can focus on other important aspects of their lives. READ MORE BLUE ORIGIN, SPACEX TURN TO CORROSION EXPERTS TO PROTECT LAUNCH ASSETS Acadian Contractors, a company with expertise in fabrication and corrosion control, helps protect, repair Blue Origin, SpaceX against salt air. READ MORE SIGN UP FOR THE NEWS YOU WANT Exclusive newsletters are part of your subscription, don’t miss out! We’re always working to add benefits for subscribers like you. SEE ALL NEWSLETTERS ➔ SEE ALL NEWSLETTERS ➔ Advertisement SR Get 50% OFF SUBSCRIBE TODAY Our Reporting. Your Stories. •Full access to subscriber-only content on all devices.   •Share bonus subscription with a family member or friend.   •The universal eNewspaper, the digital version of our print paper , plus bonus monthly magazines and hundreds of local papers.   •Original reporting of our hometown teams, from high school sports to the pros. Follow Us Problem viewing email?  •   Manage Newsletters  •    •    •  Privacy Notice  •    •  Feedback
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