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Volusia County Schools Pre-Registration Form for Parents Live Through July 28. Thu, Jul 23, 2020 Written by Kristen Schmutz Belden Communications News     As previously reported, Volusia County Schools delayed the start for the 2020-2021 school year from August 17 to August 31, along with approving the district’s innovative... Read More

Council Implements New State Law Allowing Historic Automobile Race Beach Events Wed, Jul 22, 2020 Written by Kristen Schmutz Belden Communications News     Council Members amended the County’s beach code Tuesday, to establish processes to approve and regulate historic automobile race beach events.   The Historic North... Read More

Transition Plan for New Tax Collector Position Approved by Council. Wed, Jul 22, 2020 Written by Kristen Schmutz Belden Communications News   For the first time in 50 years, Volusia County voters will be able to elect a new Tax Collector, meaning the county’s revenue division will be undergoing a reorganization.  ... Read More

Volusia County School Board Talks of Face Mask Policy and Delays Start Date of School to August 31; Vote on School Re-opening Plan. Wed, Jul 22, 2020 Written by Kristen Schmutz Belden Communication News     At a special virtual school board meeting Tuesday, the Volusia County School Board has unanimously voted to delay the start date of students from August 17, to August 31. Teache... Read More

Mainstream Voucher Program to Accept Applications Starting July 30. Tue, Jul 21, 2020 Written by Kristen Schmutz Belden Communications News     The Community Assistance Division from Volusia County will be accepting 250 pre-applications for a federally funded Mainstream Voucher Program that will begin at noon Thursda... Read More

Mayor Burnette Proposed Adding Mask Mandate to Council Agenda; Motion Denied at Council Workshop Meeting. Fri, Jul 17, 2020 Written by Kristen Schmutz Belden Communications News   At a city council budget workshop meeting Tuesday, Mayor Burnette addressed the council to add a Mask Mandate for the city onto the city council’s next agenda. This workshop was ... Read More

Don Burnette: Continuing to Move Port Orange Forward. Thu, Jul 16, 2020 Written by Kristen Schmutz Belden Communications News         Mayor Don Burnette, the current Mayor for the city of Port Orange, is up for re-election next month. As the current Mayor, who has been in office since 2016, ... Read More

Volusia County Provides an Additional 117,500 Free Face Masks. Wed, Jul 15, 2020 Written by Kristen Schmutz Belden Communications News     Last week the county distributed 119,000 surgical masks at nine different sites. Now, Volusia County Public Protection is distributing another 113,000 face masks at an addition... Read More

Walmart to Require Customers to Wear Facial Coverings Effective July 20. Wed, Jul 15, 2020 Written by Kristen Schmutz Belden Communications News   To continue focusing on the health and safety of its associates, members, and customers, Walmart will become the largest retailer to require facial coverings.   According to Dac... Read More

New Utility Company Scam, According to Federal Trade Commission. Wed, Jul 15, 2020 Written by Kristen Schmutz Belden Communications News   In a new blog post on the FTC’s website, Jim Kreidler informs consumers of a new trick being used by scammers in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.   Scammers are now posing ... Read More

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