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Is the implementation phase of the city of Cape Coral’s $60 million Parks Master Plan going as you expected?

  1. It’s exceeded my expectations.
  2. Yes, I’m happy to see the progress.
  3. For the most part.
  4. Not really, I think the city is proposing too many changes from the conceptual plans.
  5. I think it would be going a whole lot better without the not-in-my-backyard complainers.
  6. No.
  7. Other.
 
 
 
 
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reyemm

Feb-27-20 3:16 PM

Disgusting unnecessary waste of homeowners' monies implemented by the minority of voters on an extremely unpopular issue. A responsible Council should have tabled the bond voter results for implementation due to low voter turnout and revisited the issue requiring a voter turnout of at least 80% of the voter roles responding. It's ridiculous that less than 25% of eligible voters have placed this $60million bill on the rest to the homeowners/ property owners.

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Keepingthemhonest

Feb-25-20 6:54 AM

For those of you answering with A. B or C. Please check you pulse . Itmust be hard to breathe with your heard that far into the sand. Probably the same folks that did not vote in the last election, or voted for no added homestead deduction.

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Keepingthemhonest

Feb-24-20 11:04 AM

Some of the council , all of Public Works and a very very weak Parks Department ate off the rails ,, Give us what we voted for Or Should the ethics complaints and the recalls begin ?

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