Three Corners Steering Committee

The Three Corners Steering Committee has been chosen to help guide the community in the creation and evaluation of alternative development scenarios for the three city-owned properties located at the base of the Alma Lee Loy (17th Street) Bridge, also known as Three Corners. The three parcels, encompassing 38 acres, are currently occupied by the old power plant, the former postal annex and the water and sewer treatment plant.

  • Vicky Gould – Chairman, Member at Large
  • Councilmember Robbie Brackett – Vice Chairman - City of Vero Beach
  • Mayor Tony Young - City of Vero Beach
  • Vice Mayor Laura Moss - City of Vero Beach
  • Councilmember Joe Graves - City of Vero Beach
  • Councilmember Rey Neville - City of Vero Beach
  • Mark Tripson - Appointed by Tony Young
  • Linda Moore -  Appointed by Robbie Brackett
  • Mike Johansen - Appointed by Rey Neville
  • Harry Howle -  Appointed by Joe Graves
  • Dr. Richard Baker - Appointed by Laura Moss
  • John Cotugno - Alternate Member

SpeakUpVeroBeach.com is the online hub for community engagement about the future of Three Corners - 38 acres where the old power plant, former postal annex land & water treatment plant now stand. Here you’ll find facts about Three Corners and many ways to discuss & share your ideas.  Kindly Register to join the conversation and be part of a new model of public debate where all voices & ideas are heard.

Speak Up Vero Beach Website


Three Corners Steering Committee - City of Vero Beach Power Plant Video, PowerPoint Presentations, Charrette Videos and Minutes:

  1. Three Corners Steering Committee Charrette Day 1 Monday, January 27, 2020
    1. Video
    2. Minutes
  2. Planning & Zoning Board Charrette Day 3 Wednesday, January 29, 2020
    1. Video
    2. Minutes
  3. Three Corners Steering Committee Charrette Day 5 Friday, January, 31, 2020
    1. Video
    2. Minutes

Three Corners Charrette Power Point Presentations in PDF Format Link

Three Corners Final Rendering

Panoramic View From The Roof Top

power plant roof