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Council revisits boat lift controversy

January 15, 2013

The first City Council meeting of 2013 at times had the feel of a meeting from 2012, as the controversial Ceitus boat lift was again front and center Monday at City Hall....

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Jan-15-13 12:11 PM

A 10 year old truck nees to be retired? National average is much higher. As it was discussed about the maintenance more than likely was not performed timely or at all. A driver running those vehicles on a daily basis would have to be unconscious not to know it was not running correctly or was not serviced correctly or at all. Once again the "love me" wall certificates do not mean squat without the job being done correctly. We need less weight training and more elbow grease.

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Jan-15-13 12:56 PM

All under the Sullivan/King & RAG administration. 4 years of unacceptable performance. What, 8 more months to go and bye, bye, Sullivan and the Leech.

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Jan-15-13 7:34 PM

The county will lose the $500,000 of our money they put up to go to court and will put up much more to fight the state of Florida. Cape Coral I bet will come out fine on this one because eho can build a road, a building, A BOAT LIFT or any other construction project without a PERMIT. I am beginning to think some personal testing of the Board Of County Commissioners is needed. The track record they seem to be putting up in decisions continues to become more ridiculous event after event. Hey court will be good for the residents here because after this next debacle I am pretty sure those seated now with be sitting at home.

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