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Present day Melbourne Beach happened in the grand tradition of 19th century capitalism. It happened as a commercial venture in the grand tradition of the 19th century capitalism.  It was the tradition of settling virgin lands (rattlesnake infested scrub), planting crops (pineapples), and fending off the enemy (mosquitoes).  People invested and came to our town for a dream, for a hope, for restored health, for the proverbial pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.  A few found their Eldorado during these early years.  Most did not.

   The development of our nation’s Rocket Program at Cape Canaveral beginning in the late 1950’s wrought enormous change to surrounding areas.  Our town’s measured response to that change is a credit to the cultural values of newcomers over the past 50 years.  In spite of growth all around us, a busy two-lane state road jogging through town, and the necessity to finally install a stoplight, we retain a wonderful illusion of the past, of stability and simplicity.  Everything one needs is within walking distance, and bicycles are everywhere.  Today 3314 of the most contented people on earth think of Melbourne Beach as “Our Town”. Our long-ago discoverer, Juan Ponce de Leon, the first European to set foot on land that became the United States of America, would be positively amazed by what his discovery has turned into.

                 

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