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Cape leads Lee valuations climb

May 31, 2013

For the second straight year, the city of Cape Coral appears to be the big winner in the property valuations increase sweepstakes, and for the first time in six years, property values in Lee County......

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Jun-01-13 9:17 AM

Sure The CC Council is dancing in the aisle again. Because they have ,ore money to waste on their crap agenda.

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Jun-02-13 3:23 PM

Clearly the six slugs knew the grand list was going up. that is why they rushed to generate new tax revenue before the grand list was presented. BIG SPENDERS!!!!

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Jun-02-13 7:26 PM

Before the Utility Tax was even work shopped the Lee County Property Appraiser's office was contacted by an individual homeowners and were told. "While they could not confirm any information about an increase the liklihood that the values in Cape Coral would be increasing".

Now the who thinks the council or city manager did not have an inkling as to if there would be an increase and about how much it might be.

I suggest you keep your utility bills if you don't already and watch how the Kilowatt Hours increase and cost you in Nov, Dec, a cold winter in Jan Feb Mar. Then the real cost kick in Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug & Sep.

Who figures McGrail has a shot at a Lee County Commission position after screwing up the city of Cape Coral?

Hopefully he moves to Collier where his third shift job is located! Hopefully the spawn follows daddy too!

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