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They all count

June 8, 2012 One week after Americans marked our country’s most somber of holidays, Memorial Day, the Associated Press reports disheartening war news. more »»

Welcome, Mr. Szerlag

June 2, 2012 John Szerlag, Cape Coral’s new city manager, assumed the administrative helm this week. We welcome Mr. Szerlag, and we wish him every success. more »»

Review warranted

May 26, 2012 Saying Florida’s Unemployment Insurance program “has become so egregious that it cannot go unchallenged,” a pair of legal advocacy organizations announced Thursday that they have filed a complaint... more »»

We will not forget

May 26, 2012 As Memorial Day weekend begins, America remains a country at war. more »»

Congratulations, graduates!

May 19, 2012 More than 6,000 Lee County students will pass the single most important milestone in their young lives this weekend, high school graduation. more »»

Animal services needs some help

May 12, 2012 Pets prowling alleys and byways looking for love or adventure may make great Disney movies but it’s tough stuff in real life. more »»

Thank you!

May 5, 2012 The Breeze finished its compilation of the Mayors Scholarship Fund Award program book this week. more »»

Get pets vaccinated

April 28, 2012 The death of a horse in North Fort Myers two weeks ago has the Lee County Health Department urging rabies vaccinations for pets and livestock. more »»

Play ball

April 21, 2012 Whether you agree the county commission made a wise decision when the board decided to keep Boston Red Sox Spring Training in Lee County or argue that the “bed tax” money used to fund the $77. more »»

Planning process key

April 14, 2012 Cape Coral bought 652 acres of property in the north Cape this week, paying approximately $13.1 million as the high bidder in a foreclosure auction Monday. more »»

Give the gift of life

April 7, 2012 The Easter holiday marks the end of “season” in Southwest Florida. more »»

Property taxes due

March 31, 2012 Lee County property owners who have procrastinated on paying their taxes this year will get a small reprieve this weeken. more »»

Throw this one back

March 24, 2012 The city of Cape Coral is considering an end to a long-standing tradition popular in a community that promotes itself as a waterfront wonderlan. more »»

The key word for city committees is ‘advisory’

March 17, 2012 The vote was divided but Cape Coral City Council this week disbanded its Financial Advisory Committee and reestablished a budget review committee to provide the elected board with insight into... more »»

Congratulations — and thank you!

March 3, 2012 For the 25th year, the Foundation for Lee County Public Schools has named Lee County’s top teachers. more »»

Honor well deserved

February 25, 2012 The Lee County Commission this week awarded its top honor to Cape Coral resident Michel Doherty. The Paulette Burton Citizen of the Year Award was well deserved. We congratulate Ms. more »»

Bravo, Bateman

February 18, 2012 Wow. more »»

Get involved

February 11, 2012 Cape Coral City Council will meet Wednesday in a special session to discuss the city’s utility expansion projec. more »»

Get buffer built

February 4, 2012 Cape Coral City Council indicated this week that a majority will likely support a landscaped screening wall around the Everest Water Reclamation Plant. more »»

Manager selection most immediate task council faces

January 27, 2012 The application deadline for city manager candidates closed Friday. more »»

 
 
 

 

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