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Cape Coral Red, White & Boom 2017 Guide

On July Fourth, millions across the nation will celebrate the birthday of our country.

Here in Cape Coral, Fourth of July means one thing, BOOM time.

In just over a week, tens of thousands of people will converge at the foot of the Cape Coral Bridge to take part in one of Cape Coral's most time-honored events, the Cape Coral Red, White & Boom Fourth of July celebration.

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Pre-qualifying for upcoming city election begins today

Pre-qualifying for the City of Cape Coral City Council seats for Mayor and Council Members began today, June 26 at 8:00am.

The pre-qualifying period will conclude this Friday, June 30 at 3:00pm.

For candidates interested in running for Mayor or City Council Districts 1, 4, 5, or 6 seats can complete their pre-qualifying during those times in the Office of the City Clerk at City Hall, located at 1015 Cultural Park Boulevard.

To schedule an appointment, candidates are asked to call the City Clerk's Office at (239) 574-0417.

Mon
26
Jun
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Rotary Club of Cape Coral swears in 2017-2018 president, officers

On Saturday, June 24, the Rotary Club of Cape Coral installed its 2017-2018 board and directors.

At a ceremony held at Cape Coral's Rotary Park, club members, family, and friends were on hand as Past President Nich Muhlenbruch swore in those that will lead the organization over the next year.

Among those installed were; President Erik Elsea, President-Elect Donna Marie Clavin, Secretary/Sgt.-at-Arms Steve Main, Treasurer John Calla, Vice-President Jim Perry, and Directors Brian Smith, Carolyn Johnson, and Tiffany Qurollo.

Thu
22
Jun
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CCPD Traffic Enforcement Update (June 23)

The Cape Coral Police Department Traffic Unit is providing this notice as part of their continuing efforts to increase traffic safety awareness and education.

These daily notices (Monday-Friday) will identify possible locations that the department are conducting enforcement operations and results from the previous day's operation.

All is being done by the department to emphasize the importance of obeying traffic laws to reduce traffic crashes, injuries, and deaths on our roads here in Cape Coral.

Thu
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5 Things to Do This Weekend (June 22)

In an effort to help our readers plan their weekend, every Thursday you can find out what is going on in Cape Coral over the next few days with our "5 Things To Do This Weekend".

Whether it's finding events for the family or a night out with friends, here you will find details on a few of the events taking place in Cape Coral over the weekend in a quick and simple format.

Below are five events taking place across Cape Coral this weekend.

 

Thu
22
Jun
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Erbrick officially resigns council seat to run for mayor

Wednesday was a busy day for Cape Coral City Council Member Rana Erbrick.

First, Erbrick submitted her resignation of the District 5 City Council seat to the City Clerk.

In the letter, Erbrick states that her last day in office as the city's District 5 Council Member will be September 6.

Erbrick filed her resignation in accordance with the State of Florida's Resign-to-Run Law, which requires active Florida elected officials to resign their current seat within 60 days before the general election to run for a new position.

Wed
21
Jun
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CCPD Traffic Enforcement Update (June 22)

The Cape Coral Police Department Traffic Unit is providing this notice as part of their continuing efforts to increase traffic safety awareness and education.

These daily notices (Monday-Friday) will identify possible locations that the department are conducting enforcement operations and results from the previous day's operation.

All is being done by the department to emphasize the importance of obeying traffic laws to reduce traffic crashes, injuries, and deaths on our roads here in Cape Coral.

Wed
21
Jun
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CRA approves additional Cape Coral Pkwy. median tree lights

Motorists and pedestrians will soon see more decorative tree lighting in the median of one of Cape Coral's busiest roads.

On Tuesday, Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) Commissioners voted unanimously to continue adding more string lighting on trees in the median of Cape Coral Parkway.

Wed
21
Jun
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Cape Coral News & Notes (June 21, 2017)

Every Wednesday, CapeCoral.com brings our readers information, upcoming events, recent hires, promotions, and more from area businesses, clubs, and organizations.

If you would like to provide the latest happenings at your place of business or organization, email your press release to contact@capecoral.com.

 

Tue
20
Jun
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CCPD Traffic Enforcement Update (June 21)

The Cape Coral Police Department Traffic Unit is providing this notice as part of their continuing efforts to increase traffic safety awareness and education.

These daily notices (Monday-Friday) will identify possible locations that the department are conducting enforcement operations and results from the previous day's operation.

All is being done by the department to emphasize the importance of obeying traffic laws to reduce traffic crashes, injuries, and deaths on our roads here in Cape Coral.

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