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Spring training brings more than baseball

February 21, 2019 With spring training schedules set to be in full-tilt this weekend, Lee County can be grateful to host two talented Major League Baseball teams that fans from far and wide come out to see—and most... more »»

Delegation from China to arrive Monday

February 21, 2019 The city of Cape Coral is working to finalize the plans for a delegation from China, expected to arrive in Southwest Florida on Monday. more »»

Land use, zoning, back for discussion on Monday

February 21, 2019 With all the controversy the proposed land use and zoning changes have created citywide, the Cape Coral City Council and city staff will discuss the methodologies and techniques used in developing... more »»

Burrowing Owl Festival: Annual ode to Cape’s official bird this Saturday

February 21, 2019 After newly dubbed Owliver and Owlivia saw their shadows earlier in the month to declare six more weeks of "winter" for Cape Coral residents, the burrowing owl — along with many other Cape species... more »»

Survey: 71 percent of Southwest Florida residents are concerned about climate change

February 21, 2019 A majority of Southwest Florida residents believe that changes in climate will personally affect their health and homes, and they want the government to do something about it. more »»

Lee County Fair returns next weekend

February 21, 2019 The Lee County Fair has been making memories for residents for almost a century, whether it’s been at Terry Park or the Lee Civic Center. The latest — at year 95 — kicks off Thursday, Feb. more »»

Yacht Club pool to close for resurfacing, improvements

February 21, 2019 Residents who enjoy doing water aerobics at the Cape Coral Yacht Club pool will have to make other arrangements for the next several months. more »»

Free Alzheimer’s, dementia, programs to be offered

February 21, 2019 The Florida Gulf Coast Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association will hold three free programs in Cape Coral to help educate the community about Alzheimer's and dementi. more »»

Posthumous commendations awarded for service in Vietnam

February 21, 2019 A Vietnam veteran who lost his life serving his country was recognized at last for his heroism and bravery at the Southwest Florida Military Museum & Library this week. Army Sgt. Daniel . more »»

Charter Rally fundraiser to feature golf tournament

February 21, 2019 The sixth annual Charter Rally will feature a special golf component for golf enthusiasts and families, at Cape Royal Golf Course next month. more »»

School district offers marijuana use prevention seminars

February 21, 2019 Parents are invited to attend a marijuana use prevention seminar, three of which are being held by the School District of Lee County to provide education regarding the myths and facts of the drug. more »»

More than 200,000 meals packed during mobilepack event

February 21, 2019 More than 500 children will receive food for an entire year thanks to more than 900 volunteers coming together during a recent Feed My Starving Children MobilePac. more »»

‘Bulk Item Drop Off Day’ set for this Saturday for Cape Coral residents

February 21, 2019 The City of Cape Coral will partner with Waste Pro and Goodwill Industries of Southwest Florida to offer Cape Coral residents a free “Bulk Item Drop Off Day” this Saturday, Feb. 2. more »»

Ground broken for Merchant Marine memorial

February 20, 2019 Ground was broken at Eco Park in Cape Coral Tuesday afternoon for the newest addition to the array of military monuments along Veterans Memorial Parkway. more »»

Survey: 71 percent of Southwest Florida residents concerned about climate change

February 20, 2019 A majority of Southwest Florida residents believe that climate change will personally affect their health and homes, and they want the government to do something about it. more »»

Fishing for silver kings

February 20, 2019 Fishing enthusiasts across Southwest Florida who haven't experienced tarpon fishing, or are looking to gain further insight on one of the area's most sought-after fish, can do so via a club that's... more »»

Yellow Fever Creek/Gator Slough project OK’d

February 20, 2019 The Lee Board of County Commissioners on Tuesday approved an agreement with the city of Cape Coral for the design and construction of a system to connect Yellow Fever Creek and Gator Slough Canal in... more »»

Time for a change

February 20, 2019 Eddie Barnhill, a third generation Pine Island fisherman, has sold his boats and traps and started a new business, Got Ice, Inc. more »»

Fossil Club of Lee County to hold ‘Fossilfest’ Saturday at Shell Factory

February 20, 2019 This weekend's event at the Shell Factory is literally millions of years in the making. It's “Fossilfest,” presented by the Fossil Club of Lee County. more »»

Burrowing Owl Festival set for Saturday

February 20, 2019 The Cape Coral Friends of Wildlife will hold its 17th Annual Burrowing Owl Festival this Saturday from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. at the Rotary Park Environmental Cente. more »»


Rotary Club of Cape Coral Goldcoast February 22, 2019

The Rotary Club of Cape Coral Goldcoast meets each Friday at 11:45 a.m. at Gulf Coast Village, 1333Santa Barbara Blvd. Information at info@goldcoastrotary. more »

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  1. es, especially weather wise.
  2. Perhaps, but I don’t think there will be any significant impacts in the foreseeable
  3. No.
  4. What climate change?