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Commissioner Bryan Lober Leads Brevard Delegation at Indian River Lagoon Management Conference |

Indian River Nationwide Estuary Program Management Conference held in Ft. Pierce

SAVING THE INDIAN RIVER LAGOON: Newly-elected Brevard County Commissioner Bryan Lober led a delegation of Area Coast environmental advocates and specialists on Friday to attend the Indian River Nationwide Estuary Program Management Conference on Friday in Ft. Pierce. Amongst these attending the convention have been Anthony Catanese, Laurilee Thompson, Mark Grainger, Matt Shelton, Doug Patterson, Mitch Roffer, Vince Lamb, Frank Golan and Duane De Freese. (Area Coast Day by day picture)

CONFERENCE DISCUSSES 10-YEAR MANAGEMENT PLAN

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Newly-elected Brevard County Fee Vice Chair Bryan Lober led a delegation of Area Coast environmental advocates and specialists on Friday to attend the Indian River Nationwide Estuary Program Management Conference on Friday in Ft. Pierce.

The convention included Board of Administrators, Management Board, STEM Advisory Committee and Residents’ Advisory Committee members.

The convention focus was “Looking ahead to 2030, a 10-year comprehensive conservation and management plan for the Indian River Lagoon.”

This ultimate plan was revised with enter from residents all through the Indian River Lagoon watershed. The great plan was then adopted, and the employees was approved to submit it to EPA for certification.

Together with Lober, different IRL Council Board of Administrators signing on to the great plan included Chris Dzadovsky, Chair, St. Lucie County Fee; Deb Denys, Vice Chair, Volusia County Council; Susan Adams, Secretary, Indian River County Fee; Stacey Hetherington, Martin County Fee; Drew Bartlett, Florida Division of Environmental Safety; Doug Bournique, St. Johns River Water Management District; and Brandon Tucker South Florida Water Management District.

The Indian River Lagoon Council and Indian River Lagoon Nationwide Estuary Program will work with residents, cities, authorities businesses, educational establishments and enterprise group to hunt expanded funding for the implementation of the CCMP motion suggestions.

Throughout each the Main and Common elections earlier this yr, Lober made the well being of the Indian River Lagoon a serious plank in his platform.

“I am dedicated to bringing the Indian River Lagoon back to health and this effort is at the top of my priority list,” stated Lober.

Lober, who was elected in District 2, was sworn in on Dec. four after which elected Vice-chair with a 5-Zero vote by his colleagues.

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SPACE COAST DAILY TV: Newly-elected Brevard County Commissioner Bryan Lober has hit the bottom operating and on Thursday mentioned the small print with WFTV’s Melonie Holt of his proposal that would convey extra nutrient monitoring stations to the ailing Indian River Lagoon. (WFTV video)

Since being elected in November, Lober has hit the bottom operating and on Thursday mentioned the small print with WFTV’s Melonie Holt of his proposal that would convey extra nutrient monitoring stations to the ailing Indian River Lagoon.

To realize perception into Commissioner Lober’s imaginative and prescient and objectives, Area Coast Every day sat down with him throughout a Query and Reply session to get extra particulars about his agenda and priorities:

SPACE COAST DAILY: Congratulations, Commissioner Lober.
COMMISSIONER LOBER: Thanks; I respect it.

SPACE COAST DAILY: With the good thing about hindsight, what elements do you credit score together with your victory?
COMMISSIONER LOBER: The perseverance of hardworking supporters, a thick pores and skin, and a constant message. One notably dedicated volunteer knocked on three,000 doorways between the first and the overall election; there’s nothing that may make up for that dedication. My supporters and I continued forging forward regardless of the invented claims of others with one thing to lose. It was full throttle from the day I introduced via November 6. Daily, my supporters and I spoke with further voters to get the message out.

SPACE COAST DAILY: What was that message?
COMMISSIONER LOBER: Merely put, I’m beholden to nobody and my allegiance is with my constituents in District 2. I ran to prioritize them over the particular pursuits and cronies who’ve been allowed to hurt District 2 and the remainder of the county for too lengthy.

SPACE COAST DAILY: How do you propose on slicing out the particular pursuits?
COMMISSIONER LOBER: At the beginning, my objectives are wholly incompatible with their objectives. Whereas a level of continuity could also be useful, I’m wanting at shaking issues up by introducing new blood into not simply the County Fee but in addition the varied boards during which commissioners appoint members. As I persistently refused to simply accept any monies from particular pursuits, I don’t owe any favors. All votes might be determined based mostly upon what’s greatest for the constituents, not what’s greatest for the frequent flyer energy gamers. I’ve no tolerance for shady offers or corruption.

SPACE COAST DAILY: What would you say to those that may classify your strategy as overly daring?
COMMISSIONER LOBER: I didn’t run a meek marketing campaign. I can’t be a meek commissioner. Voters deserve somebody who will name a spade a spade and never fear about being politically right. One should have a backbone as a way to take out the trash and there’s loads of trash.

SPACE COAST DAILY: Have you ever spoken with the opposite Commissioners about your objectives?
COMMISSIONER LOBER: Sure. Previous to the “Sunshine” Regulation kicking in, I met with all 4 of the commissioners with whom I will probably be working. I met with a few of them a number of occasions. I defined my objectives and listened to theirs.

SPACE COAST DAILY: Given that you could be not be in favor of enterprise as ordinary, how do you anticipate working together with your colleagues?
COMMISSIONER LOBER: As I alluded to, I made some extent to satisfy with all of my colleagues to construct bridges and forge productive relationships. Every have sure objectives which aren’t incompatible with the objectives I’ve set. I intend to defer, to an inexpensive diploma, to the opposite commissioners with respect to tasks which predominantly influence their districts and I anticipate the identical courtesy will probably be prolonged to me.

SPACE COAST DAILY: What if the identical courtesy isn’t prolonged?
COMMISSIONER LOBER: I’m not optimistic; I’m lifelike. I usually anticipate individuals to do no matter is of their pursuits to do. I used to be moderately direct in indicating that I give what I get. I intend to grant the opposite commissioners a level of deference with respect to the areas the place they stay and work. If the identical courtesy shouldn’t be prolonged to me, my deference towards them might be brief lived. I consider the Golden Rule, karma, and fairness are all admirable.

SPACE COAST DAILY: What is going to it’s wish to be the one licensed lawyer on the Fee?
COMMISSIONER LOBER: I think about it is going to be so much like Commissioner Isnardi being the one licensed nurse practitioner on the fee. Variety of backgrounds and occupations can solely enhance the Fee.

SPACE COAST DAILY: You efficiently moved to put time period limits on the TDC. Why?
COMMISSIONER LOBER: My constituents will profit from new blood being launched into that committee. With a number of members having served double-digit years, with questionable-at-best suggestions, and the robust look of self-dealing and impropriety, it’s time for a change to revive voter confidence.

SPACE COAST DAILY: Do you consider that your first basic assembly stunned any of your critics or supporters?
COMMISSIONER LOBER: Sure and no. Sure, I consider a few of my critics have been stunned as I didn’t place myself in a voting bloc regardless of ample alternative to take action. No, the majority of my supporters perceive that I’ll take heed to all choices earlier than making a choice and my choice is just not depending on the stances of any specific set of my fellow commissioners. I plan to provide those that strategy me in good religion ample alternative to state their case and supply any desired enter earlier than making any selections with long-lasting impression. This shouldn’t be a shock to my supporters.

SPACE COAST DAILY: What’s subsequent?
COMMISSIONER LOBER: There’s lots within the works. I intend to unfold out my efforts over a lot of conferences as I respect my fellow commissioners’ time and I don’t consider the most effective selections are sometimes made many hours into an unnecessarily lengthy assembly. As I’ve demonstrated from the get-go, occasions have modified however I’m not completed working for my constituents and fellow D2 residents by an extended shot. 

Newly-elected Brevard County Commissioner Bryan Lober has hit the bottom operating and on Thursday mentioned the small print with WFTV’s Melonie Holt of his proposal that would convey extra nutrient monitoring stations to the ailing Indian River Lagoon. (WFTV video picture)

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