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Lee County Utilities annual water-quality report available

April 19, 2019 Lee County Utilities’ customers received water that met or exceeded all federal and state requirements last year, according to a recent report that has been placed online at www.leewaterquality.com. more »»

 
 
 
Benches for bus stops; Community rallies

April 18, 2019 Organizations in Cape Coral are working to ensure school bus stop safety for children now and for years to come. more »»

Firefighter cancer presumption bill advances

April 18, 2019 With only three weeks left to go in the legislative session in Tallahassee, a proposed committee bill that gives firefighters and their families insurance and benefits if diagnosed with cancer was... more »»

Cardboard Boat Regatta: Annual water event is back at Seahawk Park

April 18, 2019 One of the Cape's most entertaining events is returning home to where it all began this weekend. The Cape Coral Cardboard Boat Regatta takes place from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. more »»

Week-long ‘The Big Calusa’ opens on Earth Day

April 18, 2019 In an effort to reconnect the community to the waterways, Calusa Waterkeeper, a nonprofit clean water advocacy group, is kicking off the inaugural The Big Calusa, a recreational, educational and... more »»

Caloosa Coast Rowing Club pairs with The Big Calusa event

April 18, 2019 The Caloosa Coast Rowing Club is pairing up with The Big Calusa event to showcase a free introduction to rowing at Cape Harbour. The “Experience Rowing” event will take place from 8:30 a.m. more »»

Former mayor lauds zoning, land use changes

April 18, 2019 When Joe Mazurkiewicz served as Cape Coral’s mayor, he inherited a citywide zoning and land use map that was a mess. more »»

Limerock comp plan amendment approved

April 18, 2019 In the face of a packed chamber of vocal opposition, the Lee County Board of County Commissioners on Wednesday agreed to transmit changes to limerock rules to the state. more »»

Easter with ease: Brunches & delicacies to go

April 18, 2019 By MEGHAN BRADBURY news@breezenewspapers.com Easter, like most holidays usually means a feast. But it doesn’t have to mean a day in the kitchen for the designated cook. more »»

Cape Coral Fire Department to present five-year plan

April 18, 2019 The Cape Coral City Council will have a lot of data to digest when it holds it monthly workshop meeting Monday. more »»

Town Hall meeting addresses student pedestrian safety

April 17, 2019 A sparse, yet invigorated group attended the School District of Lee County's Town Hall meeting on school bus stop safety Tuesday evening to voice their concerns, displeasures, suggestions and... more »»

Celebrating our planet

April 17, 2019 The J.N. “Ding” Darling National Wildlife Refuge will celebrate Earth Day with activities for all. In partnership with the U.S. more »»

County to collect unused, unwanted prescription drugs

April 17, 2019 On Saturday, April 27, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Med Safe USA,  LLC, the Lee County Coalition for a Drug-Free Southwest Flori-da and the U.S. more »»

Dixie, police work to reach accord on extended hours permit

April 16, 2019 The city of Cape Coral and a South Cape venue may be closer to resolution over a suspension of the bar’s extended hours permit. more »»

Seven Islands zoning, land use goes to hearing

April 16, 2019 The first of two public hearings on the zoning and land use for the city-owned Seven Islands property was held Monday, drawing some opposition from those who fear development could impact water... more »»

Cape Council addresses affordable housing proposals

April 16, 2019 Affordable housing was the main issue during public comment at Monday’s Cape Coral City Council meeting with several measures on the table, During public comment on the consent agenda, Council was... more »»

Cape man sentenced to life in prison for child sexual battery

April 16, 2019 A Cape Coral man has received two life sentences in prison for sexually assaulting a chil. more »»

Hearing on Chiquita Lock continued

April 15, 2019 A legal challenge to state intent to issue a permit for the removal of the Chiquita Lock has been continued. more »»

First hearings on Seven Isles zoning set for Monday

April 12, 2019 The Cape Coral City Council will begin discussion on creating a new zoning district for waterfront acreage it owns in the north Cape. more »»

School District to address bus stop safety

April 11, 2019 The School District of Lee County along with local municipalities and law enforcement agencies are working to better improve the safety of area bus stops — and they need your help. more »»

Chiquita Lock dispute hearing gets under way

April 11, 2019 The fight over the removal of the Chiquita Lock moved to court Thursday with those opposed to the state granting the city of Cape Coral a needed permit coming out with the gloves of. more »»

 
 

 

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