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Election 2017 Question of the Week: Residential parking regulations

September 1, 2017

Each week through the primary, The Breeze will ask the candidates for Cape Coral City Council an issue-related question....

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Sep-26-17 8:26 PM

djraal...Actually it was Christ in John 8:7...but you were close! So my neighbor can flood his property with junk cars, and that does not impact me?

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Sep-04-17 4:43 PM

Property rights must be restored to the individual owners.

This idea that ever clown has got the right to tell everyone else what to do with their property is insane. Laws exist to protect citizens from harm.

Next thing they'll be telling people to wear bags over their heads because they don't like the way somebody else looks.

"Before "you" go meddling in somebody else life clean up "your own""

Or as some body else once said, those with out sin throw the first stone.

Get a life clean up your own life and you'll get along with your neighbors.

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Sep-03-17 12:31 PM


True. I could be open to hearing about allowing limited commercial. I also endorse an ordinance requiring vehicles to park only on and improved surface, and not the lawn.

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Sep-02-17 9:21 AM

Ray - Things change. It's that simple. Time to face the fact that Cape Coral had grown. It's a Blue Collar City and it want to attract businesses, as well as people, it needs to bend/change some of it's outdated ordinances. Of course, there should be stipulations involved with these changes. i.e. Overnight parking of company vans should be permitted. Leaving them for weeks at a time should NOT. What looks worse, a work van parked in a driveway overnight, or 6 cars parked in the driveway and over the front lawn????

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Sep-01-17 7:33 PM

No commercial, no boats, no RVs...How tricky is knew the codes when you moved here. Otherwise, sue your realtor.

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Sep-01-17 12:23 PM

Breaking News,,, Election results are in. Government unions and Corporate entities called Cities have already won the election. Regardless of the body that sits in any given seat the Corporate entity and government unions will continue to do as they decide, usually based on what will fill their pockets and pension funds. Sad to say but We The People have become We The Sheeple.

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Sep-01-17 9:57 AM

They promised to revisit this last time around, then the got elected and decided not to. No matter what the incumbents say they lie. Throw them out THROW THEM ALL OUT

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Sep-01-17 9:55 AM

Well stated QUOTE "we have homes where people park three, four, or more cars in their yard and that's allowed, however, currently you are NOT permitted to park your work van overnight in your driveway!!!!! Yah think we need to revisit this ordinance???? It's a no-brainer!

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