City Government News

Thu
17
Nov

Cape Coral's Berardi announces run for State House of Representatives

“Many of you know me as a neighbor, church deacon and councilmember. With Representative Aubuchon’s decision to run for Congress, there is an opportunity to take my community service a step further. I intend to continue the leadership and commitment to the community shown by Gary Aubuchon.”, Berardi said.

Mon
14
Nov
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Standing room only as Cape Coral's new City Council takes over

The mood in City Hall was jubilant, as the standing room only crowd stood in applause as each of the new council members were sworn in to their newly elected positions. District 2 Council Member John Carioscia, District 3 Council Member Lenny Nesta, District 5 Council Member Rana Erbrick, and re-elected District 7 Council Member Derrick Donnell all stood before the 

Thu
10
Nov
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City of Cape Coral says latest bond issue brings total savings to more than $90 Million

Combined with the City’s savings on an earlier bond issue, this brings the total interest cost savings to more than $90 million.

“By making the decision to issue bonds and retire our commercial paper a year earlier than planned, we have been able to take advantage of a favorable bond market,” said City Manager Gary King.  “Our bonds once again were sold at a premium (now totaling more than $7 million), which meant they were highly coveted by investors.”

Wed
09
Nov
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Cape Coral City Council Elections 2011: City Council will have a decidedly new look after election

Cape Coral residents took to the polls on Tuesday, and the results came across with one 

Tue
08
Nov
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Cape Coral Elections 2011: Up to the minute coverage

UPDATED: 7:35pm- Lee County Supervisor of Elections is reporting all precincts are now counted for and is reporting the following winners:

District 2- John Carioscia

District 3- Lenny Nesta

District 5- Rana Erbrick

District 7- Derrick Donnell

Charter Amendment 1- No

Charter Amendment 2- No

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