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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 »»

CCPD doing a good job in meeting its core mission goals

January 22, 2011 When the details jump out at you, it’s sometimes difficult to see the big picture. The Cape Coral Police Department is a good case in point. more »»

Tread carefully

January 15, 2011 Just weeks after City Council debated a proposal to post the Ten Commandments at City Hall, another First Amendment controversy has cropped up in the Cape. more »»

Be careful what you ask for

January 7, 2011 Just weeks after a majority of the parties involved in the North Spreader Ecosystem Management Agreement process agreed water quality in Matlacha Pass and Charlotte Harbor could be better protected... more »»

New Year’s reformation

December 31, 2010 Recession-worn Cape Coral took another hit in 2010. more »»

Merry Christmas

December 24, 2010 No, Christmas isn’t about plying the plastic, shelling out dollars for gizmos and gadgets, and heaps of gifts under the tree. Buying “things” isn’t the reason for the season, we agree. more »»

Input process a good one

December 18, 2010 In preparation for its opening session in March, the Lee County State Legislative Delegation held its annual meeting this week to gather input from residents, organizations, governments and their... more »»

Reject mediated settlement

December 11, 2010 Prior to their election to office, two members of the Cape Coral City council filed suit against the city, contesting how the Cape assesses property owners to pay for utility infrastructure... more »»

Hometown holiday spirit

December 3, 2010 The holiday season officially kicks off in Cape Coral Saturday night with the annual Festival of Light. more »»

Pursue full information into fuel report findings

November 26, 2010 Cape Coral City Council has received its first report from a pair of “organizational effectiveness consultants” hired by City Manager Gary King to assist in a review of municipal operation. more »»

Focus should be on Cape issues

November 13, 2010 Dick Kalfus, Cape resident, political watchdog, letter writer extraordinaire, found fertile ground this week for an idea whose time, he believes, has come for Cape Coral. M. more »»

School expansion, facility rehab, will pay for themselves

November 5, 2010 Cape Coral City Council will consider funding a couple of hefty expenditures at its workshop meeting Monday. The board is expected to discuss the issuance of $20 million in bonds, $7. more »»



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