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7.13 percent increase:

July 3, 2013

The increase in overall property valuations in Cape Coral is higher than initially expected. Cape Coral’s tax roll valuation surged 7.13 percent to $9....

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lightswitch

Jul-04-13 10:40 AM

But this is NOT what the city manager John Szerlag told the people of Cape Coral, Fl.

Maybe John does not know? May be John LIES!

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KirstenThompson

Jul-04-13 11:01 AM

Maybe John Szerlag told the people of Cape Coral the estimated number that was given to cities for planning purposes? I think everyone has been pretty up front with the fact that the number initially provided by the Property Appraiser was an estimate to allow everyone to begin the budgeting process. I think everyone has been up front with the fact that the millage rate will be adjusted based on the actual values when released. It is a little premature to be calling anyone a liar.

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linda53

Jul-04-13 12:11 PM

L.S. the bashing only goes to show what a unhappy soul you really are. Our economy is on the rise with the home values going up and soon our council will adjust accordingly,leaving you and your opinionated selves out of the picture. have a nice day

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Lolita

Jul-04-13 1:48 PM

Remember the bright side LS. Values up, your home value increases and you can now sell,sell,sell, as you promised. Good-bye.

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lightswitch

Jul-06-13 10:16 AM

Well folks Lolita shows all what dumb truck she is.

Property valuation in the country not here in the Cape dropped 65% it comes back 7% and she thinks it is a good deal.

Now anyone who watches her illogical posts can understand why she is the moron she really is.

Lolita keep following the yellow BRICK road.

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Lolita

Jul-06-13 10:55 AM

What a kind gentle soul you really are NOT. Have a wonderful day. Change the bulb, it went out today.

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johngalt

Jul-06-13 6:02 PM

"I'm disappointed we didn't wait until the numbers came out before we started slapping on a new tax," Sullivan said of the new 7 percent levy on electric bills. " Our mayor speaks with common sense & wisdom. Now we’ll have a PST and higher prop. taxes. Too bad common sense is so uncommon…

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lightswitch

Jul-06-13 6:32 PM

The light keeps getting brighter and the majority of the residents see more clearly everyday Cape Coral, Fl. needs to rein in its spending with money it clearly does not possess.

Keep on adding TAXES! If for nothing more than the world sees how a city of 157,000 residents can not under normal taxation make ends meet.

Oh that's right we want to look like a good city even it is not!

Like they asked in Tallahassee. "What is going on in Cape Coral?" ...Shall we tell them? No they are more than aware!

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lightswitch

Jul-06-13 6:38 PM

Lolita you want "kind and gentle"? It would have been to your benefit to as General Gadsen stated "Don't Tread On Me."

General Continental Marines who developed the yellow banner.

No kind and gentle for you!

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Lolita

Jul-07-13 12:51 PM

Have a wonderful day in the land of sunshine in the great City of Cape Coral and, as a agents in our area are now saying, come on down, it's time to buy and to sell.

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lightswitch

Jul-11-13 12:24 AM

But Lolita it was you who brought up "Auntie Em".

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