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Cape Council assumes speed limit authority

September 10, 2019

Cape Coral City Council assumed decision-making authority for city street speed limits on Monday, voting 6-1 to change an ordinance that had vested that power with the city manager....

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Sep-11-19 6:49 PM

Yes, Gleason was lowered from 45MPH to 35MPH. Very few do the posted speed limit. They do 45MPH or faster. So, with that example it is not a good idea to spend hundreds if not thousands of dollars on speed limit signs lowering the speed limits because nobody pays attention to them anyway.

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Sep-11-19 4:49 PM

It is not Councils job to micro manage, speed limits should not be political.

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Sep-10-19 8:55 PM

Would you actually want this Clown Car making these decisions? In many was the LGSC and BOCC look competent!

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Sep-10-19 8:11 PM

What an absolute waste of time! Lurch got the speed limit on Gleason east of Skyline lowered to 35 because of some wimps on the road. Jim Burch tried to get all of the side streets lowered to 25, and got it shoved back in his face. Here is an idea!!!Follow the book!UMTCD!

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