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Should the city provide for “recreational park” land use that would allow RV resorts if certain criteria are met?

  1. Yes, it would make the Cape a destination.
  2. No, not in any case.
  3. Yes, but any development should be on a case-by-case basis with strict standards to be met.
  4. Other.
 
 
 
 
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lightswitch

Mar-17-13 11:53 PM

Cape Coral won't be a destination for ANY tourist? Not even one? I think you took a wrong turn to get across the canal. I could be wrong but am pretty sure I am not.

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rocco1

Mar-16-13 8:27 AM

Really djraal? Then why are their hundreds of vacation homes that get snapped up by visitors every year?

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djraal

Mar-15-13 10:12 AM

"the Cape" will never be a destination for any tourist there is nothing here to attract tourists. First you have got to have attractions then the tourists will come. They don't come just to pay the overpriced fee's to stay here. Get real people there is nothing here.

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