Cape Coral Q&A

Tue
25
Oct
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Cape Coral Q&A: Wally Ilczyszyn, President, Local 2301 International Union of Painters & Allied Trades

With 570 members the union carries strong backing in Cape Coral. At the head of the union is their president Wally Ilczyszyn.

Wally has been a Cape Coral resident since the 1980’s. Raising a family here in Cape Coral, including son Michael, who following in his father’s footsteps in working for the city is the current City of Cape Coral Business Manager.

Tue
18
Oct
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Cape Coral Q&A: Gary King, City Manager (part II)

King was named Cape Coral's City Manager less than two years ago. Since that time, King has become a source of change within the city government. Those changes have garnered both approval and disapproval from residents, business owners and council members.

I had the opportunity to sit down with Gary King recently and discuss his first year as the City Manager and all that has come with it.

Tue
11
Oct
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Cape Coral Q&A: Gary King, City Manager (part I)

King was named Cape Coral's City Manager less than two years ago. Since that time, King has become a source of change within the city government. Those changes have garnered both approval and disapproval from residents, business owners and council members.

I had the opportunity to sit down with Gary King recently and discuss his first year as the City Manager and all that has come with it.

Thu
25
Aug
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Cape Coral Q&A: Heather Mazurkiewicz, Executive Director of the CCCIA (part II)

This week Heather talks about the Cape Coral Construction Industry Association (CCCIA). As the Executive Director of the CCCIA, Heather provides a unique insight on the direction of the organization both in the present and the future. What their goals are, some of the projects they are working on as well as some of the challenges they face in these tough economic times.

Thu
18
Aug
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Cape Coral Q&A: Heather Mazurkiewicz, Executive Director of the CCCIA



For the last 10 years Heather has been one of the main voices for political activism and economic policies in Cape Coral. Heather has been instrumental in some of the major economic causes during that time, including the widening of Pine Island Road from Chiquita Boulevard to Burnt Store Road.

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