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Save the Cape’s eagles, say no to less stringent setbacks

June 1, 2018

To the editor: Cape Coral is a unique town. The fasting-growing town in the world .We are one of the largest towns in Southwest Florida....

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Electrician

Jun-01-18 7:30 PM

We are not one of the largest, we are the largest in SW FLorida and the 3rd largest in the state by land mass and 9th in population. I have land in some of the presidential counties in the panhandle that are graced with tall stands of Southern Pine and many eagles. Its 600 ft there, except when we log out an area and then its zero. Sure we mitigate but its 600 ft otherwise. This ordinance was passed late at night on emotion and not fact. Carl I'd appreciate some factual basis for your $2B claim for Cape Coral. The total county revenue was $3b and 2/3 of it was accomodations. The best fact is bars/nightlife beat out bird watching as a reason to visit here.

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Raydunavant

Jun-01-18 8:08 AM

It is NOT a preserve...and who appointed Carl to speak for the animals?

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