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Guest opinion: Florida Legislature: Sweeping changes in ethics and accountability; hypocrisy or something else?

August 16, 2013

An article which appeared in the “Views” section of another paper on Sunday, March 3, was titled; “Ethics and Accountability”....

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Raydunavant

Aug-23-13 7:11 AM

John, I suspect part of the problem with the responses you allegedly received were the result of your overall obnoxious demeanor.

You get more flies with honey than vinegar!

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lightswitch

Aug-21-13 10:46 AM

Now they are just moving the money out of the 2020 program to different accounts?

THIS CAN'T BE LEGAL!

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lightswitch

Aug-19-13 2:51 PM

The County is getting a punch drunk as the Cape Coral governing body!

SMARTEN UP PULL THE 2020 PROGRAM OFF THE TAX MENU UNTIL YOU RECEIVE RE#VENUES FROM TOURIST INDUSTRY< SALES TAX, BED TAX, FUEL TAX REAL ESTATE TAX. YOU ARE CANNIBALIZING YOUR RESIDENTS WHO CAN NOT AFFORD YOU OR THE SERVICES YOU PROVIDE!

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lightswitch

Aug-19-13 2:44 PM

Why ethics reform?

Because of the $5 million the county gave away for a job for former Lt. Governor Kottcamp. The great CEO allegedly looking over our tax dollar investment?

The APC Alternative Power Corp. who received $5 million a few years ago and never brought the jobs here? Instead they used some of the $5 million to move their whole operation to Dublin, Ireland.

How about the Algenol fuel plant now shuttered because evidently it was a sham from the git go or Lee County would have signed a contract to buy the diesel made from algae from them. BUT NEVER DID!

Who on county staff ferreted out the facts on this little mess?

Has the county told anyone they are getting a BAD NAME for beach tourism with a river full of algae, tannin, dead plant and sea life from flushing the toilet in Lake O. They tried blaming the home owners who fertilize their lawns for decades but they have been caught in a fib once again.

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