Pohlman, Cautero to address NWNA Thursday
The city of Cape Coral’s Steve Pohlman and Vince Cautero will update the Northwest Cape Coral Neighborhood Association on the city-owned properties formerly known as the “Thieman properties” at its annual meeting to be held at 7 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 6.
The meeting is open to the public and will be held at the Christa McAuliffe Elementary Charter School, 2817 S.W. 3rd Lane, Cape Coral. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. for sign-in and neighborhood networking.
NWNA’s annual election of officers will top the agenda, followed by Pohlman, Parks and Recreation Director for the city of Cape Coral (formerly the Interim City Manager when the Thieman properties were acquired April 20, 2010) and Cautero, director of Community Development, discussing the city’s vision for these properties. 97 percent of the mostly undeveloped 491 parcels encompass nearly 523 acres of land in Northwest Cape Coral, making them important to future growth and quality of life. The parcels include the “Seven Islands” (on Old Burnt Store Road), “Crystal Lake” (near Caloosa Parkway), two “Dry Lakes” parcels (between Burnt Store Road and Old Burnt Store Road, north of Kismet Parkway) and others.
NWNA was formed in 2002 to provide an open forum on key issues. Membership is open to all residents and property owners north of Pine Island Road and west of El Dorado Boulevard. For information about NWNA, visit www.nwcape.com or email email@example.com.