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Real Estate Briefs 4-16-21

Sullivan State Farm Agencies now offering Rocket Mortgages The Southwest Florida real estate market is booming, and Cape Coral State Farm Agents Mike and Dawn Sullivan are prepared to help customers through the home buying process. As of this year, the Sullivan State Farm Agency is offering ...

Spring Plant Sale set for Saturday at Rotary Park

With spring in full swing, Cape Coral residents can find all they need for their garden this weekend at Rotary Park. Find flowering shrubs and trees, host and nectar plants for butterflies, a variety of native plants and more at Rotary Park Environmental Center’s Spring Plant Sale this ...

Cape Council hears about parks, modular classrooms

The city of Cape Coral is making great progress on the construction of new and existing parks as part of its $60 million Parks Master Plan, though there are still some concerns out there, especially when it comes to the city’s most ambitious park project. Cape Coral City Council, during a ...

School board attorney receives effective evaluation

Although School Board Attorney Kathy Dupuy-Bruno received an effective rating in all four areas, the board had a discussion of verbiage of the evaluation process, as well as tasks of the board attorney, which will be brought back to the board for further input. Board Chair Debbie Jordan said ...

COVID cases near 2.2 million mark

As of Thursday afternoon, there are 2,148,448 total cases of COVID-19 confirmed in Florida, an increase of 6,762 since FDOH’s last update Wednesday. Test results reported to the Department of Health on Wednesday, April 14, resulted in a 6.66% positivity rate among 122,228 tests. ...

Spring Bierfest set for this weekend

The German American Social Club will mark the halfway point to Oktoberfest this weekend with a special spring Bierfest in the club’s Bavarian Gardens. The club is celebrating its German roots and looks to share true German hospitality, welcoming sense of Gemutlichkeit on April 17 ...

Graduations set for June

The lease agreements for four facilities were approved Tuesday night, setting the stage for 2021 graduation ceremonies, which will take place in person this June. As discussed as the School Board of Lee County meeting, the schedule is as follows: Luminary Hotel, Saturday, June 5 - 10 ...

Irrigation ordinance gets dry reception

The Cape Coral City Council spent a good portion of its Wednesday workshop debating the merits and weaknesses of a proposed ordinance that would change the way homeowners irrigate their lawns. However, while the ordinance showed some promise, most felt it was rough draft that left more ...