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Everyone needs to do their part to keep Cape Coral clean

May 4, 2018

To the editor: Sad! Sad! Sad! On Thursday, April 26, “NBC 2 News at 6” did a story on the litter that is not being picked up by people and companies that signed up for Cape Coral’s “Adopt-a-Road”......

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DOAshrimp

May-07-18 11:15 AM

"I know Republicans hate educators teaching their little angels social responsibility" lololol.. Its gets more wild-eyed wacky and paranoid silly weekly.. Its a riot.. It just can't help itself, poor thing!! lololol.. Now -litter- is caused by Republicans!! lololol..along with cancer, the plague, polio, all war, poverty, plus all Republicans are racists and the corporal's most famous, "All Republicans want to kill manatees".. Corporal, obviously your solar bonnet that you wear out on your Wal-Mart pork rind restocking trips has several broken cells causing that poor lil peanut sitting on your neck to only be getting two volts. The lights are very dim...no one home. lolololol Take a litter bag on ur next ride. Something useful for a change.

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anticorp

May-05-18 10:48 AM

How many Floridians know this?

"As you can see in the infographic, according to this research, it cost about $10,000 on average for a homeowner to go solar in California in 2011, while at the same time it cost about $25,000 on average for a homeowner to go solar in Florida, the Sunshine State! Again, this is because California has much better solar policies. Nonetheless, even the average Floridian would save $30,000–$39,000 over the course of 20 years by going solar. In California, New York, Nevada, New Mexico, and Arizona, those savings would actually reach beyond $40,000 (on average), but in almost every state in the country, the savings would at least be over $10,000, and would more often than not be over $20,000. Who wouldn’t want to cash in on such savings?"

It is a shame Florida is so corrupted by Republicans, but it is still a good deal to go solar if u have South facing roof (especially in the rear of your home)

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anticorp

May-04-18 7:27 PM

Here’s a hint to help with the littering problem. As an avid cycler I have cycled all over the county and it is not just CC. Lee , Charlotte and Hendry come to mind as the worst.

Here is the hint: It is not seasonal. Whether the Snow Birds are here or not makes no difference. When they go back the littering does not go down. Light bulbs….!!!!

Local or year around people are the ones that need to get the message.

I know Republicans hate educators teaching their little angels social responsibility. But it really hurts to have your children scolding u “don’t be a litter bug”. They must see it as the Camel’s Nose under the tent of a Clean Green environment. Polluting/littering is not a constitutional right.

Public schools can help.

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