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Cape budget pact passed

September 19, 2013

With little fanfare and few protestations from a sparse crowd, the Cape Coral City Council adopted the property tax rate and the budget for the 2014 fiscal year at the final public hearing held......

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Lolita

Sep-20-13 1:00 PM

If you check your records, Sullivan and Leetz are in the 42% of citizens who pay less than$500.00 in property taxes. What do they know about high property taxes.

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lightswitch

Sep-19-13 11:25 PM

Cape Coral, Fl makes national news having 30% of its minor residents with insufficient food. So what does this city do it gives its staff on top of a 3% raise, a 5% bonus. Millions of dollars that could have been used to REDUCE property taxes not raise them or keep them the same. That money should be in the expendable income those families need. Talk about an irresponsible city council and city manager. Wait until the media finally reports what the payroll actually is for police, fore and city staff along with the millions put into the pension fund. A 5% bonus my ... !

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