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Thank you, Mr. Cape Coral

July 20, 2017 Communities approaching the 60-year mark suffer the same bittersweet reality as do its residents hitting the same milestone: We look back at how far we have come but, to our sadness, we find... more »»

 
 
 
Meet the candidates

July 14, 2017 The Breeze is committed to providing abundant election coverage. To that end, we begin with an introduction of the candidates and ask why they are running and we move rapidly into issue-related Q&A. more »»

Cape ballot firms up today with qualifying deadline

July 6, 2017 With 18 announced candidates and all but one already qualified, there is no shortage of contenders for the five seats to appear on the municipal ballot for Cape Coral City Council this yea. more »»

Hometown Fourth: Red White & Boom

June 30, 2017 Cape Coral’s annual Independence Day bash, Red, White & Boom, is ready to light up the sky Tuesday. more »»

Summer turns up the heat on those in need

June 23, 2017 The beaches are less crowded, the bays perfect for boating and Sun Splash is open in the Cape. Summertime is a wonderful time in Southwest Florida — for most of us. more »»

Rainy season brings mosquitos

June 16, 2017 Rainy season has begun — thank goodness. We welcome the rain, much needed in the wake of the winter drough. more »»

No cause to celebrate

June 9, 2017 The city of Cape Coral, “in the spirit of co-operation,” has dropped its Florida Public Service Commission complaint and will again begin franchise negotiations with LCEC. more »»

A lesson to be learned

June 2, 2017 Florida’s $82.4 billion budget finally landed on Gov. Rick Scott’s desk Wednesday. more »»

Lest we forget

May 26, 2017 For generations of American families, Memorial Day is the most personal of holidays. more »»

Best wishes to the Class of 2017

May 19, 2017 Lee County School District students will mark the culmination of their high school careers this weekend with graduation ceremonies. more »»

Another voter mandate goes up in smoke

May 11, 2017 For the second time in as many years, the people we send to Tallahassee to represent us have not only ignored, but rode roughshod, over a voter mandate. more »»

Best practices, by all means

April 28, 2017 Amidst the hubbub at the joint workshop between City Council and the Cape Coral Charter School Authority, the point of Monday’s sitdown got lost. more »»

Compromised health care

April 21, 2017 Legislation to enact a voter mandate to legalize medical marijuana moved forward this week. more »»

Donating blood a win-win good deed

April 14, 2017 The Easter holiday traditionally marks the end of “season” in Southwest Florida. more »»

The looking glass

April 7, 2017 Cape Coral City Council continued to wrangle this week with issues related its municipal charter school system. more »»

Now is the time

March 30, 2017 For the first time in more than two decades, the Cape Coral municipal ballot will not include an incumbent in the mayor’s race. more »»

Impact fee deferral incentive a win-win

March 24, 2017 Cape Coral City Council agreed this week to give a developer a concession. A pretty big one. more »»

Shadow government II

March 17, 2017 Ah, politics — and politicians. more »»

Shadow government

March 10, 2017 When a Friends of Wildlife T-shirt-wearing resident made another plea to City Council for “green space” preservation Monday, City Manager John Szerlag announced that he has ordered an appraisal for ... more »»

It’s time again to toss Lifeline a lifeline

March 3, 2017 Last year around this time we called attention to a Cape Coral charity with a unique mission. more »»

 
 
 

 

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