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November 9, 2017

On Nov. 20, Cape Coral residents will see five council members sworn in to serve on the city’s elected board. One, Rick Williams, is a returning member who will begin his second four-year ter....

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Nov-11-17 8:59 AM

Gotta love it when individuals talk about themselves as a third party. LOL -- Furthermore, "IF" the so called "false accusations" are in fact false, then Marni has nothing to worry about. IF, on the other hand they are in fact true, then she MUST pay the piper. She will be history in another week, so there is NO need to rehash the Cape's political black eye, so, as Joe has clearly stated, let's turn the page and start fresh. A new chapter for Cape Coral. After all, we will all know the truth very shortly.

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Nov-11-17 8:03 AM

I hope the remaining Council members take heed. The voters have spoken and they have said loud and clear, no more false accusations, character assassinations and any attempts of power grabbing. As Kalfus pointed out, the two Council members responsible for the Capes' political black eye are gone. One was totally embarrassed in her bid for Mayor and the other humiliated in a landslide by his opponent. This wasn't a mandate against incumbents, because an incumbent was re-elected by a very large margin. So, Council members, DO YOUR JOBS and stop bickering, lower my taxes and keep us safe.

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