Dear Indian River County Residences:
I am honored to have served as your County Commissioner for the past three years working tirelessly to preserve our environment, especially our precious lagoon. With your help we can continue to fight to prevent our beautiful river from becoming a sea of algae and pollution. I am committed to innovative technology to monitor conditions of our lagoon. We must preserve it for our future generations not only because of its beauty but also for its economic value. As your commissioner I have, and will continue to bring together researchers, scientists, state agencies, and local and state representatives, and stop at nothing to protect our lagoon forever.
I was born and raised in Vero Beach and as a local businessman I also understand our economic struggle. I understand the needs of local businesses and the difficulties they face meeting payrolls, providing jobs and complying with a vast number of sometimes unnecessary rules and regulations. When the economy of Indian River County flourishes, our families flourish and that is why I am committed to making Indian River County a business friendly environment.
As your county commissioner, I will continue to work to preserve our Lagoon, fight to protect our environment, support quality services for our seniors and children, and adequately fund sheriff’s deputies and our fire/EMS services to ensure our community’s safety.
I am always available and welcome your ideas and concerns. Please feel free to call me on my cell phone at 772.633.2004 or email me at TimZorc2016@Yahoo.com.
Thank you in advance for your trust; and, most importantly to your commitment to preserving the greatness of our community for future generations.
On August 30th, 2016 I humbly ask for your vote to re-elect me for a second term as your county commissioner.
Indian River County Commissioner, District 3
NewsTuesday, August 16, 2016 7:01 PM
Breaking News: Federal Court Judge denies AAF request to dismiss IRC motion.
Indian River, Martin, and St. Lucie County wins a battle in the multi layers of the case against the All Aboard Florida this evening.
A motion made by AAF back in early summer was heard before Federal D.C. Judge Cooper.
AAF had asked Judge Cooper to dismiss the complaint but released his ruling this evening in favor of the Treasure Coast Counties.
Commissioner Tim Zorc says, "In order for us to put the safety of our community ahead of corporate profits- this was a very important battle for us to win. It's a good day for the residents of Indian River County"
Full Story coming soon.
Friday, August 12, 2016 12:00 AM
Water Pilot Project
Commissioner Zorc held a community meeting on August 11th to discuss an Atlantic Ocean to Indian River pipe connection at Bethel Creek.
Friday, August 5, 2016 4:00 AM
Zorc has become well-versed on county issues and listening to his constituents. He deserves a second term.
WE ENDORSE: Tim Zorc
Monday, July 25, 2016 5:21 PM
Tim Zorc's Efforts to Successfully Remove the County Red Tape are Recognized
Tim Zorc is pleased to announce the endorsement of the Treasure Coast Builders Association.
Tim Zorc believes in the American Dream of owning a home and will continue to be an advocate for affordable quality housing for our college graduates, families, and retirees. As a business owner for nearly 30 years and General Contractor, Tim understand's the struggles and challenges our businesses face. As a commissioner he has successfully worked to remove the red tape and has diligently worked to improve the permitting process.
Friday, July 8, 2016 12:00 PM
Commissioner Tim Zorc is Endorsed by the Realtor Association of Indian River County for Re-Election
Tim Zorc would like to extend an appreciation to the 1,100 plus members of the Realtors Association of Indian River County for your endorsement today.
Tim Zorc says, "I support the platform of RAIRC and as your commissioner I will continue to strive to bring quality affordable housing to Indian River County."
"I look forward to working with the RAIRC to help our families, retirees, and young people reach the American dream of owning their own home."