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In 2017, the Florida Highway Patrol had about 32 troopers working different shifts on the I-95 interstate, and the unincorporated parts of the county. Normally there were five or six officers per shift.[128]
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According to the 2000 census, the county had about 80,000 veterans. 21% of the population older than 18 is a veteran.[75] This had dropped to 74,000 in 2010. This was 21% of the people in the county.[76] An actual count by a local agency in 2010 indicated that 225 of veterans were homeless.[77] In 2007, a local census by volunteers counted 1,899 homeless residents.[78]
In 2005, the Next Generation Consulting for Leadership Brevard, a leadership development organization for local business and civic groups, and Brevard Tomorrow commissioned a survey of people 21-44. Basically, these people often found the area “boring”, mainly because it is family-friendly at the expense of being singles-friendly. While this may have labor repercussions later, currently business is having no problems hiring.
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“Jason has represented me for 2 buy-side transactions (so far). I’m an out-of-state buyer, and Jason helped me navigate the process without me having to actually be there in person. Jason is very responsive–on email, phone, and text; and he went above-and-beyond whenever I asked for a favor. I ended up leveraging his network to remodel one of my houses, and everyone (plumber, electrician, roofer, etc) worked out flawlessly. Jason’s local knowledge really shines, and he’s really in tune with the local inner workings–finding listings before they are actually listings, for example. I highly recommend Jason; you’d be hard-pressed to find a more diligent, honest, and knowledgeable agent”

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The future of MLS in the UK: The future of the MLS in the UK is uncertain at the time of writing (2017). With most home buyers beginning property search online via nationwide property portals,[23] it would seem that the requirement for property sharing between agencies is significantly diminished. Large UK property portals vastly improve liquidity in the residential real estate market by connecting buyers with agents in an information-rich environment. In essence, horizontal sharing of inventory between agents – formerly conducted through the MLS – is now replaced by a vertical interaction between estate agents and centralised advertising portals such as Rightmove and Zoopla.
In 2012, the Urban Institute ranked the Brevard metro fourth in the country for racial equality. Criteria were integration of neighborhoods, income, and the quality of schools minorities attend. The area was ranked first for Hispanic equality with whites.[92]
The Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge[138] and the Canaveral National Seashore[139] are two national wildlife refuges in the county that offer recreational pursuits such as hiking, wildlife viewing, paddling, and environmental education.
The Brevard Zoo is a 75 acres (30 ha) facility [268] that contains more than 650 animals representing more than 165 species from Florida, South America, Africa, Asia and Australia. The Zoo offers animal experiences including giraffe and lorikeet feedings, African kayak tours, paddle boats in the wetlands and a train ride.
The county’s most common winter bird is the lesser scaup, a diving duck. In 2008, half a million were counted. In 2010, 15,000 were estimated.[57] Local bird counts indicate that there are at least 163 species of birds in the county.[58] Other birds include the red-shouldered hawk,[59] the loggerhead shrike,[60] the endangered red-cockaded woodpecker,[61] Cooper’s hawks, pileated woodpeckers, Savannah sparrows,[52] rails (which also includes coots), Florida scrub jays (an endangered species), wood storks, grackles,[44] great horned owls,[62] northern mockingbirds, brown thrashers, catbirds,[63] green-winged teals, greater yellowlegs, western sandpipers, least sandpipers, dowitchers, and American white pelicans.[53] Peak migration in the fall is from the last week in September through the first week in October. Fall migration tends to be stronger than spring because birds typically take different flyways.[64]
People who earn MLIS degrees take on many different roles[9] in many different kinds of environments—in libraries and “beyond the stacks.”[10] According to the ALA, “Librarians work in museums, hospitals, businesses, and public libraries. In their work, librarians research, instruct, and connect people to technology. Librarians build websites, digitize archives, and manage social media. Librarians work with people of all ages, connecting them to information, learning and the community.”[11] The association’s LibraryCareers.org site[6] collects information about library and information science careers, work environments, and more.
In 2017, there were five municipal entities selling water (figures in parentheses are millions of gallons/day): Cocoa (22), Melbourne (19), Palm Bay (6), Titusville (2), and West Melbourne (1). The fifth, Brevard County (1), is low because county areas outside the preceding cities, purchase their water from those cities.[259]
A concern has been the probable reassignment of thousands of Space Coast workers when the Space Shuttle is discontinued in 2010. In 2010, 9,000 jobs were expected to be lost from the shuttle and other programs.[167] Each launch contributed $4 million to the county’s economy. Annually,$78 million is spent at the Space Center Visitor’s Complex, and $5.9 million from space business visitors.[168]
In the United Kingdom it is more common for a vocational degree in library and information science to bear the standard designation MA or MSc. In most Commonwealth universities, bachelor’s and master’s programs have been merged to create the MLIS/MLISc degree. IFLA committees have discussed global standards for librarian credentials.[2]
In the Czech Republic, MLS – Multiple Listing Systems do exist via system names IMMO2, Czech Realtors operates in this MLS system for the Czech Republic. IMMO2 is officially associated with many realtors across the Europe and lawfully use the trademarked term “IMMO2” (It means Immobilien or immovable at square). Czech Real Estate Agents cooperates via this page[19]
Homes for Sale in Brevard County, FL have a median listing price of $245,000 and a price per square foot of $140. There are 7,662 active homes for sale in Brevard County, Florida, which spend an average of 68 days on the market. Some of the hottest neighborhoods near Brevard County, FL are Port Malabar, Cocoa Isles, Suntree, Canaveral Groves. You may also be interested in homes for sale in popular zip codes like 32940, 32935, or in neighboring cities, such as Orlando, Vero Beach, Melbourne, Palm Bay, Saint Cloud.
The county government maintains various landfills for solid waste. Brevard County Central Disposal Facility is located in Cocoa, has a size 190-acre (77 ha) and receives annually around 275,000 tonnes of waste.[253] In 2011, the average homeowner paid $57 annually to fund the maintenance of these sites.[254] Municipalities and the county contract separately for the pickup and transportation of waste, for which businesses and homeowners pay a separate monthly fee.
January is the coldest month, with an average low of 50.7 °F (10.4 °C) and an average high 71 °F (22 °C). The warmest months are July and August with average highs of 90 °F (32 °C) and average lows of 72.2. The driest month is April with 1.6 inches (4.1 cm) of rainfall; the wettest is September, with 6.6 inches (17 cm).[22]
There are 16 autonomous municipal governments within the county. The various cities, towns and villages of Brevard have varying reliance on services provided by the Brevard County government. There are about 100,000 homes outside organized municipalities, whose occupants are directly served by the county government.[100]
In North America, the MLS systems are governed by private entities, and the rules are set by those entities with no state or federal oversight, beyond any individual state rules regarding real estate. MLS systems set their own rules for membership, access, and sharing of information, but are subject to nationwide rules laid down by NAR or CREA. An MLS may be owned and operated by a real estate company, a county or regional real estate board of realtors or association of realtors, or by a trade association. Membership in the MLS is not required for the practice of real estate brokerage.[citation needed]
Eriksen, John (1994). Brevard County, Florida: A Short History to 1955. Melbourne, Florida: JohnEriksen.net/. ASIN B076H69FDW. – This is a documented history of Brevard County, from prehistoric to the space age. Documented with 320 end notes drawn from 1000 sources.