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Resolve utility ‘cap’ issue

February 19, 2010 Cape Coral City Council’s decision to raise utility rates in 2005 has come back to haunt the new board. more »»

UEP workshops a good idea

February 13, 2010 Cape Coral City Council will begin a series of workshops Wednesday to address the various issues associated with the city’s near billion dollar utility expansion project. more »»

Open government, open records records

February 6, 2010 A group of parents at The Sanibel School is taking its allegations of bullying and intimidation by the public school’s administration to the state’s Bureau of Exceptional Education and Student... more »»

Doing more with less

January 30, 2010 Cape Coral residents got some good news this week —despite budget constraints and fewer-than-planned officers, the city saw a significant drop in crime last year. more »»

Furlough consideration proper

January 23, 2010 Cape Coral City Council is set to address another nip-and-tuck to the current budget Monday. more »»

Nip controversy with council charter refresher

January 23, 2010 One of Cape Coral City Council’s new members has fallen into a rhubarb of sorts. more »»

Support quake relief efforts

January 16, 2010 As Haitians begin burying their dead, an on-going relief effort is working to support the living. more »»

Make the hard decision

January 9, 2010 Mayor John Sullivan has opened the new year with his first major proposal since the November election. more »»

New Year’s reflections

January 2, 2010 Reality stalked the Cape in 2009 and as a city, we faced a frightening realization — the natural amenities of Southwest Florida aren’t enough to ward off long-term recessio. more »»

Dollars and sense

December 25, 2009 Santa’s visit has now been reduced to piles of pillage, bags of crumpled wrapping paper, refrigerators full of left-overs and the after-affects of sticker shock. more »»

Free enterprise works

December 19, 2009 Long-time residents who patronize the city’s downtown have some traditional stops when they visit hometown Cape Coral. more »»

Council’s role is to lead

December 12, 2009 Cape Coral City Council is expected to discuss the formation of a Utility Advisory Committee on Monda. more »»

Thanks due to those who have made BOOM! possible

December 5, 2009 Fears that Cape Coral’s Independence Day celebration Red White & BOOM! was a bust were, in fact, premature. more »»

Talk of BOOM!’s demise is, hopefully, premature

November 28, 2009 The Cape Coral Chamber of Commerce announced this week it planned to pass the baton on the Cape’s Fourth of July celebration. more »»

County survey asks for input

November 28, 2009 One month into its new strategic planning process for the 2011 budget, Lee County officials are reaching out for public input. more »»

Happy Thanksgiving

November 21, 2009 Thanksgiving, like Independence Day, is a true American holiday. more »»

Thank you, Mr. Stewart

November 14, 2009 City manager Terry Stewart resigned Monday, giving his notice to the outgoing council and taking nothing with him save the severance called for by his unexpired contract. more »»

Look for professional expertise in new manager

November 14, 2009 Cape Coral’s city council is expected to embark Monday on a task of crucial importance: The newly elected board will lay the groundwork for the hiring of a new city manage. more »»

Pray for the dead, and honor the living

November 7, 2009 Today we are a country in mourning. And Veteran’s Day this year will dawn in the haze of tragedy that surrounds senseless death. more »»

Nov. 3 election is key

October 31, 2009 The general election for Cape Coral City Council is Tuesday and registered voters have two more opportunities to cast a ballot. The Lee County Elections Main Office at 2480 Thompson St. more »»



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