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Domestic violence an issue of immense scope

July 28, 2017 To the editor: Executive Editor Valarie Harring recently wrote a very powerful and much-needed opinion piece about a major private and public health issue: violence against wome. more »»

The Rick Williams I know

July 28, 2017 To the editor: I’ve known Rick Williams for 29 years. A lot of who he is today was formed during his 22 years in the Navy long ag. more »»

Vote Coviello

July 28, 2017 To the editor: The race for Mayor is on! For the good of the citizens of Cape Coral, the best candidate is Joe Coviello. Joe is a just and fair man. more »»

Just the facts, please

July 28, 2017 To the editor: Planned Parenthood has provided countless invaluable services for this community. STD checks, mammograms, condoms, invaluable education, especially for young people. more »»

Which ‘witch’ is which?

July 28, 2017 To the editor: There appears to be more “witches” in the Democratic Party than Salem, Massachusetts could ever have produced. more »»

A job description

July 28, 2017 To the editor In all successful businesses each employee has a job description. The document outlines the responsibilities of the individual and clearly defines what is expected from the new hire. more »»

A message to all Americans

July 28, 2017 To the editor: The architects of our U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights understood the essential role that a free press, i.e. the news media, plays in preserving and protecting our democrac. more »»

Jobs-jobs-jobs

July 28, 2017 To the editor: As sure as the sun will come up tomorrow morning, the Republicans will be talking about their wonderful health care bill which will create jobs for us all. more »»

National debt aka government waste

July 28, 2017 To the editor: I urge those of you, like me, who are totally fed up with excessive government. more »»

Vote for new blood

July 21, 2017 To the editor: My fellow neighbors in Cape Coral. We have now had a chance to see the list of candidates who are running for each open political position, including mayor of Cape Coral. more »»

Healthier habits would lead to lower health care costs

July 21, 2017 To the editor: We are focused on Obamacare and the proposed new health care plan but are we missing critical issues with our health? Our medical care system and our food are encompassed with land... more »»

Growth rate 3 percent of GDP?

July 21, 2017 To the editor: I’m sure all of you good folks have heard the well-used term “the devil is in the details.” Right? We’ll take a hard look at that idea in a minute. more »»

Millions will go without health care

July 21, 2017 To the editor: This bill is the worst bill for women in a generation. more »»

Anti-Capitalism protesting

July 21, 2017 To the editor: A brief review of history tells us that in the past, citizens of all countries have rejected slavery, serfdom, indenturism and various and sundry other graduations of social ranking... more »»

Guest opinion: The residents have always - should always - come first

July 20, 2017 I have been involved with the City of Cape Coral as a coach, father, Mayor, City Council member and chairman of many of its regional organizations for almost 25 years. more »»

Public invited to Civic’s candidate forum

July 14, 2017 To the editor: Now that our local elections are under way, the field of candidates is one of the largest in the history of our city There are 18 candidates that are qualified to seek a seat on our... more »»

Time to get serious about saving public money

July 14, 2017 To the editor: A few comments on last weeks Cape Coral Breeze front page article “Cape officials weigh property valuations bump. more »»

Why ‘sustainability’ is key

July 14, 2017 To the editor: As my pursuit for public office progresses, I have been asked by several constituents what does the word sustainability mean and why is it such an important part of my platform. more »»

Guest opinion Lee County wholly committed to ‘One organization, one community’

July 6, 2017 Lee County government does not tolerate workplace discrimination for any of its 2,500-plus employees at any of its site. more »»

Guest opinion: Some facts on Bonita Springs High School

July 6, 2017 Instead of sharing rumors about the construction of Bonita Springs High School, let’s talk about the facts and school district governance. more »»

 
 
 

 

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