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Midtown Redevelopment Project Moves Forward

A plan to expand the use of properties at the corner of Walnut Street and Mary McLeod Bethune Boulevard in Daytona Beach’s Midtown neighborhood could bring new business development to the area passed its first test earlier this month with a recommendation for approval from the city’s Midtown Redevelopment Board. The property owner is requesting […]Read More

Black History Museum Task Force Submits Final Report

Despite last-minute maneuvering by some members, the Florida Museum of Black History Task Force completed its work in late June and approved a report confirming St. Augustine/St. Johns County as its choice for the location of the proposed state facility. In a near unanimous tally, with State Sen. Geraldine Thompson the lone dissenter, the Task […]Read More

Economic Summit Primes Growth in Southeast Volusia

The spirit of regional cooperation was in the air at New Smyrna Beach’s Brannon Center earlier this month for the 4th annual Southeast Volusia Regional Economic Summit. Sponsored by the Southeast Volusia Chamber of Commerce, the event featured presentations about smart growth, preserving community heritage and a roundtable discussion from city and county officials. New […]Read More

SE Volusia Chamber Set for Economic Summit

Members of the New Smyrna Beach Economic Development Task Force started their latest meeting with an invitation from the Southeast Volusia Chamber of Commerce’s 4th annual Economic Regional Summit. The Chamber, representing the cities of New Smyrna Beach, Edgewater and Oak Hill, is holding the event at the Brannon Center in New Smyrna Beach June […]Read More

Preserving Paradise: New Smyrna Beach Embraces Sustainable Destination Management

[wp_ulike style=”wp-ulike-pro-default”] Preserving the environment and local culture so that it will be available for future generations is a task that is high on the list for the New Smyrna Beach Area Visitors Bureau (NSBAVB). Encompassing five coastal cities, the NSBAVB joined One Planet Living (OPL) to obtain a framework to protect the destination’s assets […]Read More