5 Things To Know from the City Council Meeting

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14
Feb
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5 Things To Know from the Cape Coral City Council Meeting (Feb. 13)

Cape Coral's City Council held its regular meeting at City Hall Monday evening.

The meeting included discussions on the SE 47th Terrace Streetscaping Project, the filling of the City's first official Youth Council, and more. 

Below are five takeaways from last night’s meeting.

 

Youth Council has its first 14 members

Tue
07
Feb
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5 Things To Know from the Cape Coral City Council Meeting (Feb. 6)

Cape Coral's City Council held its regular meeting at City Hall Monday evening.

The meeting included discussions on the building of a no-kill animal shelter, extending citizens input at council meetings, a proposed multi-use trail in North Cape Coral, and more.

Below are five takeaways from last night’s meeting.

 

Tue
24
Jan
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5 Things To Know from the Cape Coral City Council Meeting (Jan. 23)

Cape Coral's City Council held its regular meeting at City Hall Monday evening.

The meeting was a busy one, last over five hours, as the city council discussed such items as an amendment to its personnel rules and regulations to protect members of the LGBTQ community, a proposed Circle K near Veterans Pkwy., the hiring of a Bimini Basin Project Manager, and more.

 

Below are five takeaways from last night’s meeting.

 

Tue
10
Jan
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5 Things To Know from the Cape Coral City Council Meeting (Jan. 9)

Cape Coral's City Council held its first regular meeting of 2017 at City Hall Monday evening.

The city council returned from its holiday hiatus to a busy agenda that included; discussion regarding a proposed change to a single Lee County Fire District, median improvements on Coronado Parkway, refinancing of current bonds, and more.

 

Below are five takeaways from last night’s meeting.

 

Tue
13
Dec
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5 Things To Know from the Cape Coral City Council Meeting (Dec. 12)

Cape Coral's City Council held its final regular weekly meeting of 2016 at City Hall Monday evening before going on their annual holiday hiatus and returning to their 2017 meetings on February 6.

The emotional meeting saw an overflowing crowd that not only filled council chambers but the halls of City Hall, as well.

Many were there to discuss the recent issues with the city's municipal charter school system, and the proposed annexation of city-owned properties in Matlacha.

Below are five takeaways from last night’s meeting.

 

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