Volusia Forever and Volusia ECHO protect our quality of life

Emilee Geist

Clay Henderson  |  The Daytona Beach News-Journal Volusia County voters have an opportunity this November to shape our quality of life and protect important natural resources into the future. Voters will be asked whether to extend Volusia Forever and Volusia ECHO, both popular programs set to expire next year. These […]

Clay Henderson
 |  The Daytona Beach News-Journal

Volusia County voters have an opportunity this November to shape our quality of life and protect important natural resources into the future. Voters will be asked whether to extend Volusia Forever and Volusia ECHO, both popular programs set to expire next year. These award-winning initiatives have protected important wildlife habitat and funded facilities for arts, culture, historic preservation, and outdoor recreation. Renewal of these programs is essential as we continue to grow.

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