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City manager recommends property tax cut in proposed budget

July 15, 2016 Cape Coral City Manager John Szerlag released his fiscal year 2017-19 proposed rolling budget today, which includes a recommendation to reduce the FY 2017 millage rate by .207 mils. more »»


July 15, 2016 By ED FRANKS More than 7,500 people are expected to flock to the German American Social Club for the 20th annual MangoMania Tropical Fruit Fair this weekend. more »»

CCPD: Drug take-down leads officers on chase

July 15, 2016 Cape Coral detectives took down a drug dealer Thursday evening who did not want to go quietly, assaulting officers, wrecking a car and running through a residential neighborhood, according to... more »»

Royal Scoop partners with Make-A-Wish Southern Florida

July 14, 2016 What sounds more delicious, Caramel Star, Midnight Shadow or Motion of the Ocean? These are the ice cream flavors created by three children in the Make-A-Wish Southern Florida progra. more »»

Bimini Basin set for CRA discussion

July 14, 2016 The Community Redevelopment Agency Commission will take up the much anticipated Bimini Basin Zoning District ordinance at 2 p.m. Monday during a special meeting in Council Chambers at City Hal. more »»

Aug. 30 primary: Voter registration deadline approaching

July 14, 2016 Cape Coral residents who want to cast a ballot in the August primary or who need to change their political party only have two weeks left to do so. more »»

Cape suspends permit privileges for Aranda Homes

July 14, 2016 In the wake of complaints from customers who say their new homes have been left unfinished despite payment made, the city of Cape Coral has suspended the permitting privileges of a Cape-based... more »»

Discover Cape Coral Parks & Rec

July 14, 2016 Learn about the recreational opportunities available in Cape Coral during an event Saturday. more »»

Cape Council meetings resume

July 14, 2016 The annual summer hiatus comes to an end on Monday as City Council returns to its Council Chambers for its first regular meeting since June 13. more »»

P&Z gives nod to Bimini Basin ordinance

July 14, 2016 Establishment of the Bimini Basin Zoning District ordinance garnered approval from the city’s Planning & Zoning Commission at a special meeting Monday, bringing it one step closer to... more »»

Tiki Hut fundraiser raises more than $10,000 for Orlando shooting victims

July 14, 2016 A one-night, five-hour fundraiser at the Tiki Hut at Dolphin Key Resort to benefit families of victims of the Orlando Pulse nightclub shooting raised more than $10,000. more »»

Zonta Club being formed in Cape Coral

July 12, 2016 An international organization focused on empowering women and girls globally and locally has its sights set on Cape Coral as the location for a new chapter. more »»

Sun Splash reopens after fire

July 12, 2016 Six days after fire destroyed a main building, Sun Splash Family Waterpark welcomed back guests on Tuesday. more »»

Former Cape cop sentenced to prison for sexual assault

July 12, 2016 A former Cape Coral police officer was sentenced to prison Monday after recently being found guilty of sexually assaulting a then 16-year-old girl three years ago. more »»

NFM Civic Association candidates forum July 18

July 12, 2016 They’ve had plenty of candidate forums in the fall, but the North Fort Myers Civic Association hasn’t held one before the primaries — until this year. more »»

Cape residents left with unfinished homes when contractor files for financial restructuring

July 12, 2016 Some Cape Coral homeowners who were stuck with unfinished homes when Aranda Homes pulled a disappearing act, are actually getting some help, but mostly are left to fend for themselves. more »»

Man injured in April car crash released from hospital

July 12, 2016 A Cape Coral driver has been released from the hospital after a serious crash with injuries. As of Tuesday, Michael Grossman, 30, of 305 N.W. more »»

Bailey-Matthews National Shell Museum offering beach walks in Fort Myers and Sanibel

July 12, 2016 Dr. José Leal, science director and curator of The Bailey-Matthews National Shell Museum on Sanibel, began his first beach walk of the season at Bunche Beach in Fort Myers July 6. more »»

CCCIA Poker tourney set for July 15

July 8, 2016 Registrations are being accepted for the local construction industry's annual poker tourney. more »»

Info session set on Proposed Bimini Basin zoning district regs

July 8, 2016 Members of the Cape Coral Planning Division staff will be available on Monday to answer questions and address concerns about the proposed Bimini Basin Zoning District. more »»



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