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Do you plan to take part in the upcoming neighborhood parks input sessions ?

  1. Yes, one is to be built in my neighborhood and I have some ideas of what amenities I’d like to see.
  2. Yes, I’d like to see where and how the city intends to spend the $60 million voters approved for parks.
  3. Yes, I want to make sure these parks are more passive, and are not going to create noise or traffic in my neighborhood.
  4. Maybe.
  5. No.
 
 
 
 
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Robert01

Sep-18-19 9:02 AM

I hope the tax payers do show up and voice their inputs for the Parks. It will be interesting to see if the City Council listens to the inputs or as in the past do as they want without any regards to the tax payers inputs. Seven Islands is a perfect example of the City Council not listening to tax payers inputs. If they ignore the inputs then it's time to remember their actions during the upcoming elections.

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Robert01

Sep-18-19 9:02 AM

I hope the tax payers do show up and voice their inputs for the Parks. It will be interesting to see if the City Council listens to the inputs or as in the past do as they want without any regards to the tax payers inputs. Seven Islands is a perfect example of the City Council not listening to tax payers inputs. If they ignore the inputs then it's time to remember their actions during the upcoming elections.

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reyemm

Sep-17-19 10:00 AM

Cape Coral voters approved a $60 million expansion of the city’s parks and recreation amenities. The measure passed with 54 percent of the vote. The “yes” votes tallied 37,494 and the “no” votes totaled 32,475 (only 46 percent of those who voted). There were only 69,969 total votes cast.

Only 37,494 of the entire population, 250,000, of Cape Coral VOTED FOR THE BOND ISSUE. Only 54% of the total 30% who voted at all, determined that the city will dish out $60K for PARKS. The MINORITY WINS and THE CITY LOSES. The City Council FAILED in their responsibilities to be FINANCIALLY RESPONSIBLE in continuing the validity of this referendum vote.

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