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RISK REDUCTION: Beach Fire to conduct residential safety programs

October 14, 2015 Officials from the Fort Myers Beach Fire Control District are planning on holding free community educational programs for residents, condominium dwellers and business leaders in the near future. more »»

Beach Fire responds to Town facility fees

October 14, 2015 Last week, the Fort Myers Beach Town Council decided to waive Town Hall facility fees involving the Fort Myers Beach Fire Control District for the remainder of the calendar year. more »»

Pirate writer provides history account

October 14, 2015 Author Wilson Hawthorne has written three novels on pirates and has a fourth on the way. more »»

Cape approves lightning systems for parks

October 14, 2015 The Cape Coral City Council recently approved to outfit 17 of its city parks with lightning detection systems by the end of the year at a cost of just over $118,500. more »»

Pets of the week

October 11, 2015 For information about this week’s pets, call 533-7387 (LEE-PETS) or log on to Animal Services’ website at www.LeeLostPets.com. When calling, please refer to the animal’s ID number. more »»

Beach Fire switches labor attorney

October 9, 2015 Legal services regarding all facets of the legal relationship between employers, employees, and employee labor unions within the Fort Myers Beach Fire Control District have change. more »»

Town looks at options for Times Square space

October 7, 2015 Space within Times Square that is owned by the Town of Fort Myers Beach is being looked into for a potentially better revenue source than what is currently being leased out for. more »»

New Town attorney begins tenure with meeting

October 7, 2015 Attorney Dawn Perry-Lehnert has officially begun her tenure with the Town of Fort Myers Beach now that a legal services contract has been fully signed and her first Council meeting and workshop on... more »»

FRESH PRODUCTS: Farmer's Market moves to Bay Oaks

October 7, 2015 In less than one month, Beach residents and visitors will be going to a new location to purchase fruits and vegetables, flowers, seafood, baked goods, snack foods, plants and other items. more »»

Street performers face stricter rules

October 7, 2015 Now that fiscal year 2015-16 has begun, Estero Island street performers in Times Square and beyond are facing stricter regulations even before the start of their acts. more »»

Delmar Avenue 'park' may see improvements

October 7, 2015 Planned improvements at the bay end of Delmar Avenue have had residents of the neighborhood upset. more »»

Beach third graders receive dictionaries

October 7, 2015 Beach Elementary third graders received an early Christmas present from the Rotary Club of Sanibel-Captiva last week. more »»

Famous bald eagle did not suffer in death

October 7, 2015 Eagle cam star Ozzie turned for the worse quickly but there was no suffering as he died, officials from the Clinic for Rehabilitation of Wildlife on Sanibel said Thursday. more »»

Town looks at options for Times Square space

October 6, 2015 Space within Times Square that is owned by the Town of Fort Myers Beach is being looked into for a potentially better revenue source than what is currently being leased out for. more »»

Pets of the week

October 4, 2015 For information about this week’s pets, call 533-7387 (LEE-PETS) or log on to Animal Services’ website at www.LeeLostPets.com. When calling, please refer to the animal’s ID number. more »»

Town to consider facility charge for Beach Fire

September 30, 2015 Town of Fort Myers Beach officials will be looking into whether or not a future facility charge will be applied to the Fort Myers Beach Fire Control District. more »»

Ham radio operators to be tested Friday

September 30, 2015 A major disaster is expected right before this upcoming weekend. Every resident and visitor on Estero Island and surrounding barrier islands in the area should be on high aler. more »»

BRIDGING A PROTEST: Activists keep water quality message clear

September 30, 2015 Last Thursday marked the half-way point —at least— for activist John Heim and his goal to conduct a daily awareness demonstration by flashing signs on top of Matanzas Pass Bridge between 9 and 10 a. more »»

Special taxing districts set final budgets for FY 2015-16

September 30, 2015 Two independent taxing districts on Estero Island completed their budget cycle for fiscal year 2015-16 by setting millage rates and final budgets last week. more »»

Beach student honored for “Do The Right Thing”

September 30, 2015 Beach resident Dawson LaForce, a junior at South Fort Myers High School, was recently honored during the Lee County Sheriff’s Office’s “Do The Right Thing” awards last week. more »»

 
 

 

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