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Board adopts 2021 Minimum Flows and Levels priority list and schedule

The District Governing Board today adopted the 2021 Minimum Flows and Levels (MFL) priority list, which lays out the agency’s plan for completing and re-evaluating MFLs through 2024.

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Rainfall in September slightly below average Districtwide

While it is still storm season around the St. Johns River Water Management District, September brought rainfall slightly below the long-term average.

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Governing Board to hold October meeting offsite in Fernandina Beach City Hall

The St. Johns River Water Management District’s Governing Board will hold its October monthly meeting offsite at Fernandina Beach City Hall on Oct. 12.

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Southern Recreational Public Meeting Oct. 6 in Vero Beach

A land management update and the Upper St. Johns River Basin project are among the items to be discussed Oct. 6 during the District’s Southern Recreational Public Meeting.

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District awards Blue School Grants to 14 projects focused on water resource education

Thirteen schools and 14 classroom projects in eight counties will receive Blue School Grant funding from the District for hands-on projects to enhance student development in science, technology, engineering and math.

What a typical District homeowner can expect to pay in 2020 for their water management district portion of their tax bill at 0.2189 mills

District reduces tax rate for ninth year, funds major projects in nearly $148 million budget

The District’s Governing Board on Tuesday adopted its fiscal year 2021‒2022 budget and reduced its millage rate for a ninth consecutive year.

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