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Commercial Real Estate Industry Roundtable Rescheduled

The September Business and Industry Roundtable on the commercial real estate industry has been rescheduled to Friday, December 15. The next roundtable is scheduled for October 20 and targets leaders in the workforce and education industry. For more information or to register...

The Lee County Library System library card offers a world of entertainment and education

Fort Myers, FL, Sept. 1, 2023 − Discover new and exciting worlds with a Lee County Library System library card. From borrowing e-books and audiobooks to streaming movies and taking virtual ‘Do It Yourself’ classes, there is so much...

Noted Contemporary Painter Leoma Lovegrove Provides Cover Art for GCWA’s Hurricane Ian Anthology

FORT MYERS, FL, Aug. 7, 2023--Gulf Coast Writers Association Inc., Southwest Florida’s 28-year-old meeting ground for writers, editors and their associates, announced today that Leoma Lovegrove, internationally known artist, has painted the artwork for the cover of Storm Stories—Hurricane...

Cape Coral Welcomes New City Attorney

The City of Cape Coral welcomes Aleksandr Boksner as the new City Attorney. Boksner joined the City in August and will oversee the day-to-day operations of the City Attorney's Office and provide legal services to the Mayor and City...

Go Green, Sign up for Utility E-Bills

The City of Cape Coral encourages residents to save paper by signing up for electronic utility bills. Residents can set up electronic billing, schedule automatic bank draft or credit card payments, and make one-time online payments through the Citizen Self-Service...

Cape Coral Urges Residents to Properly Dispose of Liquid Waste

Waste Pro has seen an increase in improper disposal of hazardous liquid waste, specifically paint and oil, resulting in spills on the street. The City of Cape Coral encourages its residents to dispose of all liquid waste properly. The City...
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