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Swim center negotiations the right move

May 15, 2010 Little more than a week after the Cape Coral City Council sunk negotiations that could have led to construction of an international-class competitive swim and sports complex along the Del Prado... more »»

Resist bid to bring charter change to the ballot

May 8, 2010 A diverse group of Lee County organizations have banded together to bring a charter amendment initiative to the voters this year. more »»

Labor expertise needed

May 1, 2010 Cape Coral City Council is expected to discuss on Monday the process it will use to hire outside expertise for labor matters. more »»

Move swim center proposal forward

April 24, 2010 On Monday, the Cape Coral City Council is expected to hold its long-awaited discussion on the multi-phase competitive swim center proposed for construction in northwest Cape Coral through a... more »»

Forward motion in CRA

April 17, 2010 The decade-long debate of whether the Lee County Electric Co-op should place its new transmission lines above ground or under is a vote away from resolution, at least for Cape Coral’s downtown. more »»

Gather, evaluate, the facts

April 10, 2010 A few weeks ago, we urged Cape Coral residents to let Cape Coral City Council members know their thoughts on the multi-million dollar competitive swim center proposed for construction on city-owned... more »»

With spring, hope

April 3, 2010 Is there anyone who does not welcome spring? With one of Southwest Florida’s coldest and longest winters now behind us, and the summer heat still weeks away, we’re entering the best of... more »»

Search for solutions

March 26, 2010 While Cape Coral City Council founders in its discussion on the so-called “swim center” proposal, a groundswell of support is coming from a diverse range of residents. more »»

The hard part comes next

March 20, 2010 Watching Cape Coral City Council select a replacement member Monday reminds us of the old adage about sausage: The final result may be just the thing to round out your plate but you don’t want to... more »»

Ease of access is government in the Sunshine

March 13, 2010 There are some good things and bad on the public information front this legislative session. more »»

Celebrate Cape Coral

March 6, 2010 Cape Coral residents will be able to herald the city’s 40th anniversary early this month with a three-day festival designed to celebrate all things Cape Coral. more »»

Applicants urged for District 5 seat

March 6, 2010 Cape Coral City Council is accepting applications from residents in District 5 to fill a council vacancy. more »»

If serious about economic development, get moving on swim center proposal

February 27, 2010 Last May, Cape Coral heralded the possibility of its first major economic development coup — an athletic complex designed for national and international competition with subsequent... more »»

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 »»



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