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Audit re-highlights who-pays issue

December 9, 2016

As the Cape Coral Charter School Authority and the Cape Coral City Council decide how — or even whether — to handle the accusations exchanged between Mayor Marni Sawicki and School Superintendent......

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Capercoral

Dec-18-16 1:46 AM

Wasn't this all started because the mayor called and asked for her friend to be reinstated? How about an investigation into the mayors continued use and abuse of power! Leave charter schools alone and stop trying to bully your way through it all. Good job superintendent for standing up.....

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Lolita

Dec-13-16 7:30 PM

The charter schools were supposed to stand on its own...that was the deal. Now a call for a State Audit of the charter schools is being called by Mayor Sawicki. Who will pay for that...Not hard to guess. This is a pi....ing match. We the citizens are the dupes in this match.

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MN2SWFL

Dec-11-16 8:28 AM

I have not seen the lease document between the City and the Authority, but unless it is an absolute triple net lease, or specific terms are included designating responsibility for major renovations and structural repairs not considered customary CAM expenses, then the City as Landlord and owner of the asset is on the hook for those expenses.

Absolute NNN Lease: No landlord responsibilities. Tenant is responsible for taxes, insurance and all maintenance (including roof & structure) exactly as if the tenant was the owner of the building.

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rocco1

Dec-09-16 11:46 AM

There actually was a cost to the citizens as the charter schools were built, and that is the loss of park land. The charter schools are built on land zoned for city parks. The land was supposed to become a primary community park.

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