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City explores financing opportunities for improvements for Donax plant

June 22, 2016 The City Council voted to have Mayor Kevin Ruane work closely with staff regarding financing opportunities to implement improvements for the Donax Wasterwater Reclamation Facility at its June 7... more »»

Two Sanibel Island businesses receive certificate of excellence from TripAdvisor for a third year

June 22, 2016 Billy Kirkland, owner of Billy’s Bike Rentals and Segway of Sanibel, moved to Sanibel in 1985 and has never left. more »»

New geriatric care company offers options for individuals in Lee County

June 22, 2016 Jewelyn Sims, owner and founder of Sunshine Aging Care Solutions, began her own geriatric care company in Lee County this month. more »»

Captiva Community Panel finds a glimmer of hope over sewer debate

June 22, 2016 The Captiva Community Panel continues to explore how to implement a program to make sure island septic tanks are functional and non-polluting. more »»

Five easy steps to butterfly gardening

June 22, 2016 Everyone knows that butterflies add inspiration, tranquility, and wonderment to their gardens. more »»

Sanibel’s Historical Museum and Village will offer free admission June 18

June 15, 2016 For those of you who haven’t visited the historical village, now is the time to go. On June 18, the museum will offer free admission for the third consecutive year. more »»

Local shell enthusiast helps ‘shellebrate’ National Seashell Day

June 15, 2016 The inaugural National Seashell Day is almost here. more »»

City starts discussion for budget

June 15, 2016 Budget discussions have begun a month earlier this year than in years past. more »»

Update provided on island roundabout study

June 15, 2016 Last week’s City Council meeting included a presentation that shared information about the Lindgren-Periwinkle Roundabout Study to calm concerns voiced by residents. more »»

Rooney running for Congressional District 19

June 15, 2016 Naples resident Francis Rooney has announced his bid for Florida’s 19th Congressional District seat. more »»

Council approves updated white papers

June 15, 2016 The City Council unanimously approved a resolution of endorsing the revised and updated Caloosahatchee River Watershed Regional Water Management white papers last week. more »»

Tropical Storm Colin impacts island sea turtle nests

June 15, 2016 Although Tropical Storm Colin washed away quite a few sea turtle nests last week, the female turtles use a strategy that will ensure a successful incubation. more »»

FantaSea received conditional use permit for store

June 15, 2016 The City Council approved a conditional use permit for FantaSea last week during its Tuesday meeting. more »»

Sanibel Recreation Center provides summer camp options for parents

June 15, 2016 Half Day Fun Days at the Sanibel Recreation Center kicked off for yet another year last Wednesday. more »»

‘Bobbie’ Craig fulfills dream of living ‘in heaven’ on Sanibel

June 15, 2016 “I wonder if this is what heaven looks like?” Those were the words of Barbara “Bobbie” Ann Craig after crossing the Sanibel Causeway with her family in 1967. more »»

Young surfer uses inspiration of ocean for his artwork

June 15, 2016 A manager of Pinocchio’s Original Italian Ice Cream grew up on Sanibel, witnessing the pure beauty of the island, while living in the Bailey Homestead. “It was quite the experience. more »»

Fourteen Students Awarded $15,500 in Scholarships at ‘Ding’ Darling Ceremony

June 15, 2016 Fourteen students from the surrounding five-county area were awarded $15,500 in education conservation scholarships last Tuesday, the highest amount ever rewarded in the 10-year history of the... more »»

Shellabrate National Seashell Day at Shell Museum

June 8, 2016 Award winning Bailey-Matthews National Shell Museum is the only museum dedicated solely to shells and the mollusk that make them. more »»

Seminar held to educate residents of hurricane season

June 8, 2016 In an effort to educate the community, a hurricane seminar was held to get residents prepared for the season, which began June 1 and continues through Nov. 30. more »»

Property values up throughout Lee County

June 8, 2016 For the fourth year in a row, property values in Lee County continue to increase according to the preliminary estimated Taxable Values for 2016 released late last month and that increase is 6. more »»

 
 

 

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