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Lee Board of County Commissioners closes on Edison Farms purchase
Press

Lee Board of County Commissioners closes on Edison Farms purchase

January 10, 2018
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by VOEadmin Lee Board of County Commissioners has completed the purchase of about 4,000 acres in southern Lee County – commonly known as Edison Farms – as a Conservation 20/20 preservation site. The $42.4 million purchase ranks as the second-largest single parcel purchased by the Board since the Bob Janes Preserve, which is 5,620 acres….

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Lee Board of County Commissioners closes on landmark preserve purchase
Campaign, Press

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Lee Board of County Commissioners closes on landmark preserve purchase

December 7, 2017

Media contact: Betsy Clayton, APR/CPRC Communications Director Lee County Government 239-826-4606 bclayton@leegov.com Lee Board of County Commissioners closes on landmark preserve purchase Fort Myers, FL, Dec. 5, 2017 – Lee Board of County Commissioners has completed the purchase of about 4,000 acres in southern Lee County – commonly known as Edison Farms – as a…

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Babcock Ranch Fundraiser
Campaign, Events

Babcock Ranch Fundraiser

October 20, 2017

You are cordially invited to a re-election fundraiser reception and new campaign logo unveiling hosted by Syd Kitson, Babcock Ranch and Co-Host Committee Members

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New taxi regulations to begin for county
Campaign, Press

New taxi regulations to begin for county

October 20, 2017

July 31, 2015 By TIFFANY REPECKI (trepecki@breezenewspapers.com) , Cape Coral Daily Breeze Taxi cabs and vehicles for hire will be required to comply with new regulations starting Saturday in order to operate and offer their services within Lee County. County Ordinance 15-05, or the “Lee County Taxicab and Vehicle for Hire Ordinance,” includes criteria that is aimed…

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Lehigh Town Hall raises questions on crime and development
Campaign, Press

Lehigh Town Hall raises questions on crime and development

October 20, 2017

Deborah Souverain, Fox4 A Town Hall meeting in Lehigh Acres tackled issues from sidewalks to crime, as state and local officials readied themselves for a new year. The event was hosted by the Lehigh Acres Municipal Services Improvement District (LA-MSID) which serves as the community’s water management authority.

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Publix to open near Gateway
Campaign, Press

Publix to open near Gateway

October 20, 2017

Casey Logan, News-Press, June 9 A new Publix grocery store will open in Lee County — across from Gateway — at the end of the month. It’s part of a growth boom in that area led by more rooftops and more jobs from employers such as Gartner Inc. The Publix, which has a drive-thru pharmacy, is…

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Whole Foods to anchor Fort Myers retail center
Campaign, Press

Whole Foods to anchor Fort Myers retail center

October 20, 2017

Justin Martin, Lee Herald, May 12 Developers and local officials came together to celebrate the start of construction of a new retail center during a groundbreaking ceremony on Thursday.

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LA-MSID working with Lee County, Lehigh fire district to work out issues
Campaign, Press

LA-MSID working with Lee County, Lehigh fire district to work out issues

October 20, 2017

Lehigh Acres Citizen, April 26, 2017 Justin Martin The overlap of local government agencies can be difficult to navigate, but the Lehigh Acres Municipal Services Improvement District board reported making headway at its Monday meeting.

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People continue flocking to Lee, Collier, Charlotte
Campaign, Press

People continue flocking to Lee, Collier, Charlotte

October 20, 2017

Sheldon Zoldan, The News-Press Lee, Collier and Charlotte counties continue to be some of the fastest-growing metro areas thanks to people moving from other parts of the country. Lee County was the fifth fastest-growing metro area by percentage between July 1, 2015, and June 30, 2016, according to census figures released Thursday. Charlotte County was eighth…

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Lee County could have extra money for road and other projects
Campaign, Press

Lee County could have extra money for road and other projects

October 20, 2017

News-Press – Bill Smith Lee County’s recovery from the recession that peaked in 2009 has resulted in a $20 million surplus in reserve funds and county commissioners say it’s time to spend it on long-delayed civic improvements.

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