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Cape Coral not designed for anything goes parking regulations

March 29, 2018

To the editor: In regards to changing the regulations to allow home owners to park RVs, boats, trailers, commercial vehicles in their driveways and/or front yards....

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Doctorcrime

Apr-01-18 11:36 AM

Deb... I have to agree with you. Cape Coral is a special city. Many cities have their own special regulations, unique to their desires. I came with a boat and paid for storage. I knew that was the deal and i followed it. If i didn't like that regulation i would have moved somewhere else. The council has to remember that those of us here bought into the City culture and that the Council has to respect that.

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DOAshrimp

Mar-30-18 8:08 PM

But alf.. a pickup truck was not mentioned in the LTE? Did I miss something?

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alf123

Mar-30-18 6:10 PM

Amazing...its ok for that broken down van and work truck to be parked in an apartment complesx and I believe a duplex but not a single residence. A lack of thought process goes into what these mostly yankees are saying. I agree with a dump truck or an ambulance or large service veh. but a pickup truck ?? Come on people, get your heads out and try to live with your neighbors or head back north ...

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DOAshrimp

Mar-30-18 4:44 PM

Excellent LTE Deb they won't be happy till there's a huge service van in every driveway next to a broken down rusted boat trailer with a dilapidated 30 year old non-running boat with 3 jacked up cars on the front lawn swapping engines and oil changes. Many areas of the Cape are starting to look like this already..not counting the blowing trash from Pig citizens and new home construction..downhill from here. Why not city owned fenced areas in each 4 sections of the city that are secure and patrolled. All service vehicles should be parked there. Who wants to work their whole lives, save to buy something nice..to take pride in.. only to have to have this rusted broken down mess and service trucks with huge advertising all over them parked next to your home. Its simple..Its called an eyesore..but sadly it won't stop. Cape Coral..a city that continues to lack leadership and a population that doesn't vote. Bad news.

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