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Realtor, retired deputy Mike Hollow becomes fourth to join mayor race

Cape Coral Real Estate Broker Mike Hollow became the latest person to announce his candidacy for the upcoming Cape Coral Mayoral election.

At a press conference held this morning at Four Freedoms Park, Hollow told the crowd of over 40 people who attended the announcement that he is seeking to become Cape Coral's mayor to create economic growth and bring a level of respect back to the city.

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On the Agenda: Cape Coral City Council Meeting Preview (Feb. 6)

The city council will hold its first of two February regular meetings this afternoon.

The meeting is scheduled to begin at 4:30pm in Council Chambers at City Hall, located at 1015 Cultural Park Blvd., Cape Coral. The meeting is open to the public.

Below are details on some of the items scheduled for discussion and possible vote, as well as the full meeting agenda.


City launches new 'CapeConnect' mobile app

Cape Coral residents can now connect with the City of Cape Coral using the “CapeConnect” mobile app.

The city says the app provides convenient and simplified access to a variety of information and services. 

The free app is available for both Android and iOS mobile devices and can be downloaded from the Android or Apple stores. To download, search for “CapeConnect”.


City to hold special meeting, 'Meet & Greet' for City Auditor candidates

Cape Coral City Council will hold a special meeting on Wednesday, February 8 to interview candidates and select a new City Auditor. 

The meeting will begin at 1:00pm in Council Chambers at City Hall (1015 Cultural Park Boulevard).

During the meeting, city council members will interview finalists for the city auditor position, which became open when current City Auditor Margaret Krym announced her retirement late last year. Krym's final day with the city is February 28.

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Review of city's charter school system's finances, leadership debated by council

Results of a recent review by city staff of the financial picture of the City's Municipal Charter School System did not paint a pretty picture for the system which includes Oasis High School, Oasis Middle School, Oasis Elementary School, and Christa McAuliffe Elementary School.

City Manager John Szerlag revealed the results of the review at the city council's monthly Committee of the Whole meeting Monday night.


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