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Breaking editorial: Input on possible Cayo Costa parcel sales tonight

October 3, 2013 Area residents who have an opinion on whether the state should retain or sell environmental lands on Cayo Costa and North Captiva in the hope of buying "better" sites who knows where, will have an... more »»

Sign ordinance has some problem areas

September 26, 2013 On Monday, Cape Coral City Council will consider a new sign regulation ordinance that would standardize allowable signage throughout the city’s various commercial area. more »»

School bands need our support

September 20, 2013 The Mariner High School Silver Magic Marching Band and the Cape Coral High School Marching Seahawks have been nominated to take part in the 2014 National Memorial Day Parade in Washington, D.C. more »»

Last chance for input on budgets

September 13, 2013 Cape Coral taxpayers will have a final chance to express their opinions on the City of Cape Coral and Lee County budget proposals next week. more »»

Primary is key

September 6, 2013 The Cape Coral Primary Election is Tuesday. It’s a key election as it will decide which candidates will appear on the General Election ballot in November. more »»

Don’t raid 20/20

August 30, 2013 After saying no to a similar proposal in April of 2011, the Lee County Board of County Commissioners is again looking to tap tax dollars earmarked for the purchase of environmentally sensitive land. more »»

Approve pension opt-out ordinance

August 23, 2013 Cape Coral City Council this week considered a proposal that would give City Manager John Szerlag the option of keeping Police Chief Jay Murphy at the department’s helm. more »»

Ample opportunity for public input

August 16, 2013 Cape Coral City Council will hold its final public hearing on the next phase of its near billion dollar utility expansion project on Wednesday at 4:30 p.m. more »»

A time to mourn, a time for thanks

August 8, 2013 The Southwest Florida law enforcement community is mourning the loss of one of their own this weekend. Sgt. more »»

Be aware, take care, schools open Thursday

August 2, 2013 Public schools open across Lee County next Thursday. An estimated 86,000 students, ranging from kindergarten through high school, will return to the classroom as the new school year gets under way. more »»

Moving forward

July 25, 2013 Cape Coral City Council moved the next phase of the city’s utility expansion project forward this week, giving property owners in the neighborhoods dubbed Southwest 6 & 7 their first look at the... more »»

Voter registration deadline approaching

July 19, 2013 Cape Coral residents planning to vote in the upcoming municipal primary have about three weeks left in which to register, if they are not already on the books with the Lee County Supervisor of... more »»

A thank you to those who seek public office

July 12, 2013 As the official qualifying period ended at noon last Friday, 15 candidates had filed the paperwork required to run for city counci. more »»

Volunteers, sponsors, make celebrations possible

July 3, 2013 Area residents looking to celebrate the Fourth of July will have ample opportunity in the Cape Thursday with a wealth of festivities all day long. more »»

Care packages for our troops

June 21, 2013 Although the war in Afghanistan is winding down, we still have troops deployed. And these men and women, particularly those on the front line, still need us. more »»

Pave the road to recovery

June 14, 2013 Sitting as the board of the downtown Community Redevelopment Agency, Cape Coral City Council this week agreed to give Starbucks a tax rebate of $27,000 towards the construction of an 1800-square-foo... more »»

Be prepared

June 7, 2013 As many as 20 named storms are predicted for hurricane season this year, as officials anticipate a slightly higher-than-average season. more »»

Unemployment compensation compliance overdue

May 31, 2013 The first of a pair of legal challenges to the state of Florida’s legislature “modernized” unemployment compensation process has been deemed a violation of federal civil rights and... more »»

Freedom isn’t free

May 24, 2013 As Memorial Day weekend begins, let us not forget the men and women the holiday is intended to honor. It’s the day America pauses and remembers the fallen, those who have died in service to country. more »»

Vaccinate your pets

May 17, 2013 A “spike” in the number of puppies testing positive for an often fatal, yet preventable, virus has prompted Lee County Domestic Animal Services to warn pet owners they need to vaccinate their pets. more »»

 
 

 

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