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Army Corps holds workshop in Cape Coral

September 17, 2019 The Army Corps of Engineers is vested with managing the flows that come out of Lake Okeechobee. more »»

Cape to begin new contract talks with Waste Pro

September 17, 2019 The city of Cape Coral will open contract negotiations with its current solid waste provider, Waste Pro. more »»

Cape Coral sets final public hearing for budget

September 17, 2019 The Cape Coral City Council has spent the last two months working on the city’s budget for Fiscal Year 2020. On Thursday, at 5:05 p.. more »»

Powell Preserve provides guided tour

September 17, 2019 As the fall arrives and the weather slowly gets dryer and cooler, it’s a good time to take in the beautiful scenery that Southwest Florida provides without the sunsets or palm trees. more »»

Teens share message: ‘Silence does not bring change’

September 17, 2019 “We are not here for a before and after picture of mental illness,” said Carly McGovern, a senior at Fort Myers High School and founder of the Fort Myers Progress Pane. more »»

Cape Coral man sentenced to eight years for possession of child pornography

September 16, 2019 A Cape Coral man has been sentenced to eight years in federal prison following a guilty plea to possession of child pornograph. more »»

Lehigh teens sentenced to 40 years in prison for taxi driver murder

September 13, 2019 Two Lehigh Acres teens have received lengthy prison terms for the shooting death of a taxi drive. more »»

Judge ‘quashes’ annexation ordinance

September 12, 2019 A challenge contesting the city of Cape Coral's annexation of six city-owned lots on Matlacha has been upheld by the Twentieth Judicial Circuit. Circuit Court Judge Keith R. more »»

Public input sessions set for neighborhood parks

September 12, 2019 Want your new local park to have the features you desire? The City of Cape Coral will hold three meetings to gather public input for the design of seven new neighborhood parks that are featured in... more »»

The Little Mermaid: Cultural Park Theater opens Broadway season with Disney classic

September 12, 2019 Wish you could be part of their world? Starting this weekend, you can. more »»

DeSantis pledges ‘Glades restoration funds; fines for polluters

September 12, 2019 Florida lawmakers have touted over and over again that they are serious about environmental reform in Florida, and on Wednesday, Gov. Ron DeSantis and Rep. more »»

Big Blue Brewing Comedy Night benefit to help Cape animal shelter

September 12, 2019 A pint of beer and a night of laughter go hand in hand. Big Blue Brewing is pulling its taps and pouring out such an occasion on Sept. more »»

Cape Council to begin looking at trash collection options

September 12, 2019 The Cape Coral City Council will decide Monday whether to open negotiations with its current trash collector while also leaving the door open to a new provider. more »»

Marriott to break ground for Cape Coral hotel

September 12, 2019 A new hotel by Marriott is set to break ground in Cape Coral next wee. more »»

New mobile app to get its national launch in Cape Coral

September 12, 2019 The mobile app TalkAware has been in the works for two years. CEO, Jim Morrissette, thought of the idea because he found himself driving a lot and using Voice to Text. “It became a problem,” he sai. more »»

Officials present long-term vision for the South Cape

September 12, 2019 Imagine a downtown where people can live, work and play, all within walking distance from your home. more »»

South Cape BBQ Pub Crawl set for Saturday

September 12, 2019 The South Cape BBQ Pub Crawl takes place Saturday, Sept. 14, taking guests to 12 locations to enjoy drink and enjoy appetizer sample. more »»

Talking Lake O

September 11, 2019 Southwest Florida residents will have a chance to have their voices heard and listen in on a meeting that will discuss Lake Okeechobee releases. On Monday, Sept. more »»

Stokes Marine group makes two trips to Bahama Islands with supplies

September 11, 2019 After Hurricane Dorian rocked the Bahamas just over a week ago, the outpouring of support from the Southwest Florida community has been vast and plentiful. more »»

Property owners get first look at flood maps

September 11, 2019 Some Lee County residents could be facing a large jump in their flood insurance rates and, this week, they could see for themselves why. more »»


Lawrence Kearny DAR Chapter September 17, 2019

The DAR (Daughters of the American Revolution) Lawrence Kearny Chapter meets the third Tuesday of each month at the Gulf Coast Village, 1333 Santa Barbara Blvd. at 11:30 a.m. Reservations are required for luncheon. The cost is $13. more »

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  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.
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