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Buy, preserve, conserve, old Cape golf course acreage

February 1, 2018

To the editor: I’m writing in response to a recent letter to the editor, in which the writer states D.R. Horton should’ve been allowed to develop houses on the old Cape golf course....

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reyemm

Feb-06-18 11:39 AM

Let the citizens decide on this matter!! It's too parochial an issue for a limited area of the entire city.

Put this issue on the Ballot in November.

The Council members are taking this issue as PERSONAL and they should RECUSE themselves from the decision on this.

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lawmajor

Feb-03-18 9:39 AM

Coviello is on record stating that with all the new development here in The Cape, that he doesn't believe that he will have to raise taxes in order to purchase & maintain the Old Golf Course. He went on to state that there were over 1,660 permits pulled last year alone. Time will tell!

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JustanotherBill

Feb-02-18 1:39 PM

Don't buy, preserve, conserve, old Cape golf course acreage with my tax money!

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ERoberts

Feb-01-18 11:03 PM

Why are you even still pleading your case? It's obvious that the Council doesn't give a rat's patoot about anything but SE Cape and is going to buy it. The rest of the city will bend over and fund it, because we have not choice. Just shut up and enjoy your undeserved victory.

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