Remember the Parks GO Bond? Recall the Public meeting that they said was very well attended? They need to make room at Lake Kennedy, so the current lease for the kayak and rowing club has ended.
Yes, there is space needed for these important water sports. Putting the kayak and rowing club into a very heavy traffic area may not be the best option.
I live on the NW Spreader. From Gator Slough south is the heaviest used area. We have long had a speeding issue. The Cape PD tries, but can’t be on
At the new Tropicana Park, they now plan to lease park property
At the North end of the spreader, the new Crystal Lake Park is planned as well. While the lake is landlocked, the city owns lots there than could give access to the NW Spreader water. The City is already working on a kayak launch in the far NW near Crystal Lake. The Far North means the kayakers and rowers would experience far less boat traffic.
The Parks Department should be asking the residents who live and
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Respectfully, Cape Coral resident John Karcher
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