Kate Perez and Herman Cole will face each other in the election for Titusville City Council Seat 1 to be held Nov. 8.
Kate Perez and Herman Cole will face each other in the election for Titusville City Council Seat 1 to be held Nov. 8.

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Two issues have risen to the top of the debate over Titusville’s future — protecting the Indian River Lagoon and the environment, as well as growth and development. 

Attracting new businesses and new residents to the North Brevard city has been a part of Titusville’s plans for its future for some time, especially after the Great Recession and the end of the space shuttle program more than a decade ago. 

But the dire health of the Indian River Lagoon and a beleaguered infrastructure system prone to spewing sewage and other unwanted runoff into the water could prove to be a major hindrance to attracting those businesses and people. 

These issues are among those at the forefront of the campaigns of Herman Cole and Kate Perez, as the seek the Seat 1 slot on the Titusville City Council in the Nov. 8 election

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