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Guest opinion: Stop playing games with our water

May 15, 2020 “What can you do… against the lunatic who is more intelligent than yourself; who gives your arguments a fair hearing and simply persists in his lunacy?” –- George Orwell’s 1984 It is an open joke... more »»

Hospital nurses are unsung heroes

May 15, 2020 To the editor: I have just returned as a patient from four days at Gulf Coast Hospital in Fort Myers and I thank God not only that I am OK, but that I had the chance to experience first hand the... more »»

Many thanks to Cape Council

May 15, 2020 To the editor: Kudos to the Cape Coral City Council, and especially Councilmember Jessica Cosden, for finding the money to help Cape residents with their rent payments. more »»

The city is not to blame for any rise in taxes

May 15, 2020 To the editor: Regarding the letter to the editor titled “More unnecessary Spending” in the May 8 edition of The Breeze. more »»

Guest opinion: Are we done with China now?

May 8, 2020 It's time to call out the abuses that China has perpetrated on the Western world. We have known about the People’s Republic of China’s exploitation of American enterprise for years. more »»

Business as usual

May 8, 2020 To the editor: I sent the following comment for the Cape Coral Board Meeting of May 4: The Jaycee Park hours restriction (8 a.m. to 8 p.m. more »»

A cultural trash problem

May 8, 2020 I have sent the following letter to Mayor Joe Coviello: Dear Mr. Coviello, My name is Paul Kiefner. My wife are I have been homeowners for 3.5 years in Northwest Cape Coral. more »»

All politics is local, right?

May 8, 2020 To the editor: There is a saying that goes, “all politics is local.” This is true in many instances however not here in Cape Coral. more »»

Local Republicans with failing voting records on water want a promotion

May 8, 2020 To the editor: Cape Coral is my hometown. I remember when our waters were clear and full of life, when we had hundreds of crabs along our dock walls. more »»

More unnecessary spending

May 8, 2020 To the editor: Is our city manager looking at ways to increase taxes again because they can’t stop spending and wasting money? Our city manager, who is spending money on landscaping Hancock Bridge... more »»

Democratic subsidies

May 8, 2020 To the editor: Trump made a strong statement about Amazon receiving cutthroat prices from our post office. more »»

Time to open up

May 8, 2020 To the editor: Time to resume reasonable, rational thought and use common sense. Never in history has fear and panic been the best strategy in handling a crisis. more »»

Yesterday, today and tomorrow

May 8, 2020 To the editor: What a difference four months made. A cultural tsunami crashed on everything we believed permanent, The Before Times. more »»

Time for some housecleaning

May 8, 2020 To the editor: Lost in all the attention focused upon COVID-19 are developments that have as much to do with the health and welfare of this republic as any contagion: the FBI’s role in covering up... more »»

Behavior that puts others at risk is not a right

May 8, 2020 To the editor: As Constitutional conservatives we consider the freedoms in our First, Fourth and Fourteenth amendments as cornerstones of our democracy. more »»

Guest opinion: Let’s pull together to protect Southwest Florida’s children

May 1, 2020 Home quarantine conditions during the COVID-19 pandemic do not look the same for everyone. While some adults work double shifts to balance jobs with parenting, others are out of work indefinitely. more »»

Concerned about trash? Be part of the solution

May 1, 2020 To the editor: Hello, city leaders of Cape Coral... more »»

Time to open up

May 1, 2020 To the editor: Time to resume reasonable, rational thought and use common sense. Never in history has fear and panic been the best strategy in handling a crisis. more »»

Contact tracing can help stop a pandemic

May 1, 2020 To the editor: Contact tracing for a DIY pandemic: keep a list of where you went and who you meet today. That’s it. That’s how you trace a pandemi. more »»

Concentrate on COVID-19 research

May 1, 2020 To the editor: COVID-19 has produced mass hysteria based on statements and, it appears, unfounded opinions because there is no clear scientific data in support of this new virus's spread. more »»

 
 
 

 

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