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Cape Coral City Council votes to keep Coral Oaks a city run course

Residents again passionately spoke from the podium on the positive impact the course has on the community, as well as their fears that the golf course quality would deteriorate under private management.

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Cape Coral taps Dana Brunett as new New Economic Development Director

“Economic development is one of the City’s most important priorities, and Dana has more than 20 years of experience in the economic development field in New York,” said City Manager Gary King. “His skills and personality are a great match for our economic development team, and he will play a major role in our efforts to attract businesses to the Cape.”

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City’s bond issue produces $56.6 million in savings

These savings will reduce the City’s debt service payments by an estimated $1.8 million per year, which will have a positive impact on the City’s future water and sewer rates.

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Holeigh Morin receives “Distinguished Young Professional Award” from Florida Recreation and Park Association

This year’s award winner is Holeigh Morin, a Recreation Specialist II at the Wm. “Bill” Austen Youth Center in Cape Coral who was presented with the award at the Florida Recreation and Park Association’s annual awards banquet in Orlando on September 1 before a crowd of 500 fellow professionals.

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Cape Coral City Council meets with city staff to close $4 million budget gap

During the workshop, council met with city department heads, in order to discuss closing the $4 million gap which currently exists in the budget. Below are some of the discussion items held with the department heads regarding specific cuts in the budget. We have also attached Level 1, Level 2, and Level 3 reductions recommended by the City Manager and city staff.


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