$45,000 feasibility research is being produced by BJM Consulting Inc.
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BREVARD COUNTY, MERRITT ISLAND, FLORIDA – A bunch of involved residents from Merritt Island on Florida’s Area Coast, have organized a PAC (Political Motion Committee) to review and educate themselves and their fellow residents, on the feasibility of changing into included because the Metropolis of Merritt Island.
The group known as The Merritt Island Preservation Committee (MIPC) and is led partially by Marcus Harmon, who serves on the board of administrators of MIRA (Merritt Island Redevelopment Company).
The MIPC Pac went earlier than the Brevard County Fee in February of 2023 to request that the county fund a feasibility research to take a look at the difficulty.
The Brevard County Fee accredited with a 5-0 vote, a $45,000 appropriation to fund such a research.
That research is being produced by BJM Consulting Inc. and in response to Harmon, it is going to be prepared for public view inside 2-4 weeks.
CLICK HERE to see the Preliminary Monetary Projections For Incorporation of Merritt Island Feasibility Examine and the letter with survey questions circulated to residents, produced by BJM Consulting Inc.
If the feasibility research reveals that there’s purpose to let the voters of Merritt Island resolve this difficulty, then the group would request that the proposal be positioned on the Brevard poll for voters to decide on the end result.
Such an effort has been tried prior to now, however the residents voted in opposition to incorporating.