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Planning Tax Payments to Avoid Penalties

Properly structuring tax payments requires careful planning, especially in light of tax reform   Withholding and Estimated Tax Payments Individuals who are working are required to have income taxes withheld directly from their salary. Taxpayers who have little to no income other than their salary usually find their withholding is more than enough to cover their targeted tax payment, and they often...

Cape Coral Police Investigating Suspected Robbery and Arson

On August 16, 2018, around 1:40 PM, Cape Coral Police responded to a structure fire at 4821 Tudor Drive.  Responding officers were able to determine that two males dressed in white paper type clothing banged on the victim’s residence and then entered the residence. After a short time period, the males came out of the residence, ran to a vehicle, and fled...

UPDATE – Lee County continues beach cleanup of red tide fish kills

Contractors working for Lee County have removed more than 1,400 tons of fish from Lee County beaches and waterways since beginning work on Aug. 2. That total doesn’t include fish collected by Lee County Parks & Recreation staff before the contractor began work, fish collected from Boca Grande or fish collected by the City of Sanibel. Efforts to mitigate water-quality...

Hooray for Rosé (Part I)

With the summer heat upon us and the “Rosé All Day” promotion in full force, it seems fitting to discuss a very common yet misunderstood category of wines. Clearly, rosé suffers from nothing more than an erroneous negative reputation because when speaking to folks in the wine industry, there is only praise and appreciation for the class. However, the...

Can You Identify This Man?

The Cape Coral Police Department is looking for help in identifying a grand theft suspect, pictured below, that stole items from Lowes. The location of the crime was at the Lowes located at 1651 NE Pine Island Rd, around 9:30 a.m. on August 15, 2018. If you have any information on the identity of the suspect, please contact the Cape Coral...

Drug Dealer Gets Caught By Cape Coral Police Detectives

The City of Cape Coral Police Department Investigative Services Bureau conducted a drug investigation that led to the arrest of a marijuana and cocaine dealer. On August 14, 2018, around 5:45 PM, the Cape Coral Police Investigative Services Bureau detectives completed an investigation into cocaine and marijuana sales from Harry Castor (B/M, DOB: 03/16/1995 of Cape Coral). The investigation revealed...

5 Things To Do This Weekend in Cape Coral (August 16-19)

Burlesque, demos, dogs, karaoke, movies, and more! Making weekend plans?  Check out these 5 things to do this weekend in Cape Coral: FREE Movie & Concessions Friday:  FREE Movie & Concessions at Cape Vineyard Church * Black Panther * Invite your family and friends! Everybody from the community is invited! FREE Movie, FREE Hot Dogs, FREE Popcorn, FREE Candy, FREE Drinks & FREE Prizes! Food is served at...

Bulk Item Drop Off Events

The City is partnering with Waste Pro to offer Cape Coral residents free Bulk Item Drop Off Events on Saturday, August 18 and Saturday, November 17. Collection hours will be from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m.  Residents can bring unwanted items to one of the following locations: Moose Lodge #2199 at 155 Santa Barbara Boulevard North Parking lot near the Cape Coral...

Teamwork Quickly Solves Gun Store Burglary

Cape Coral Police officers, Property Crimes Unit detectives, forensic technicians, Lee County Sheriff's Office K-9 and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF) quickly solved a gun store burglary in less than 24 hours. On August 14, 2018, at around 4:15 AM, Cape Coral Police responded to a burglar alarm at Cape Guns located at 3818 Skyline Boulevard. Responding officers...
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