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Tough part lies ahead

June 4, 2011 According to preliminary numbers released by Property Appraiser Ken Wilkinson’s office this week, the collective valuation of property in Lee County dropped another 5.29 percent in 2010. more »»

Time for remembrance

May 27, 2011 For eight U.S. families, this Memorial Day weekend will open with the knock on the door they have feared since their sons or daughters deploye. more »»

Spreader challenge would be an environmental mistake

May 20, 2011 The Florida Department of Environmental Protection has rejected the city’s forced application to replace the Ceitus barrier and boat lift, bringing full circle the debate on how to best mitigate... more »»

Be careful with the implementation of police review board

May 13, 2011 Cape Coral City Council is expected to consider the establishment of a new advisory board on Monday. more »»

Get involved early

May 7, 2011 The Charter Review Commission, which has been meeting every other month since September, is scheduled to present its recommendations to the Cape Coral City Council Monday. more »»

Approve scrub jay pact

April 30, 2011 Cape Coral City Council’s on-again, off-again consideration of a plan to mitigate environmental issues at Festival Park is again on the board’s agenda Monday. more »»

With spring, hope

April 23, 2011 The signs of spring have been subtle this year. more »»

Preserve Conservation 20/20

April 16, 2011 The Lee County Board of County Commissioners this week said no to a proposal to tap tax dollars intended for the purchase of environmentally sensitive lands. more »»

How now, Cape COW

April 9, 2011 When Cape Coral City Council announced more than a year ago that the city needed to tackle its utility expansion conundrum, we were among those who urged the elected board to lead the effort. more »»

Keep public notices public

April 2, 2011 Like a bad penny, a proposal to “save money” at the expense of government transparency has turned up again in Tallahassee. more »»

Interlocal agreement best choice on scrub jays issue

March 26, 2011 The cost of environmental regulation has again come home to roost in Cape Coral. more »»

No harm in talking

March 19, 2011 The proposed conversion of City of Palms Park to a multi-use swim center is back on deck. more »»

Credentials do matter

March 12, 2011 The city of Cape Coral has received 75 applications for a new director’s position proposed by City Manager Gary King. Mr. more »»

Let the facts be heard

March 5, 2011 Motions expected to be heard Monday pertaining to the pending general court-martial of a young soldier from Cape Coral charged with pre-meditated murder could prove pivotal to the evidence presented... more »»

As clear as glass

March 5, 2011 We’re going to get a week’s jump on “Sunshine Sunday” this year because our new governor has come up with an interesting way to stymie the press — and the public. more »»

Time to move on

February 26, 2011 Cape Coral City Council will consider on Monday a proposal that calls for another audit of past components of the city’s on-hold utility expansion projec. more »»

Good luck, Seahawks!

February 18, 2011 The Cape Coral Seahawks play for the Class 4A boys’ state soccer title against the Fort Walton Beach Choctawhatchee in Tampa today. more »»

Fee waiver proposal a good first step

February 11, 2011 Cape Coral will consider a business development initiative already adopted in some form by the city of Bonita Springs, Lee County, and other areas hard-hit by the recessio. more »»

Credible journalism

February 5, 2011 We have to confess, we’ve never been invited to join that amalgamated society dubbed “the media.” We don’t know the secret handshake. more »»

Cape’s quiet heroes

January 28, 2011 The Cape Coral Police Department recognized members of its volunteer unit this week. more »»



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