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New law requires documentation for damaged tree mitigation

October 2, 2019 A new Florida law says local governments cannot require a permit or mitigation for pruning, trimming or removing a tree on residential property if the property owner obtains specified documentation. more »»

MCA members hear presentation about Carbon Free and Dividend Proposal Act

September 25, 2019 At this month's Matlacha Civic Association meeting, Joseph Bonasia, outreach coordinator for Citizens' Climate Lobby, presented the case for citizen support of the Carbon Free and Dividend Proposal... more »»

MCA seeking to recover legal fees

September 25, 2019 As Cape Coral City Council readies to discuss its options in the wake of an adverse judicial ruling overturning the annexation of six city-owned lots in Matlacha, the victorious challengers to the... more »»

Eckenrode new Eagle publisher

September 25, 2019 Ray Eckenrode has assumed the role of publisher for the Breeze Newspapers. more »»

Powell Creek is the place to be for hikers

September 25, 2019 Southwest Floridians had some unusually dry weather last week, providing a perfect time to enjoy the outdoors. more »»

RV fire damages gas station in NFM

September 25, 2019 One person was hospitalized with minor injuries after an RV fire at the Mobil station on the corner of Hancock Bridge Parkway and Orange Grove Boulevard nearly destroyed the vehicle and did minor... more »»

Boxer prepares for Olympic trials at Matlacha Wellness Center

September 18, 2019 Ever since the Matlacha Wellness Center opened in 2013, owner Tim Shevlin’s goal has been to offer the widest range of holistic services possible. more »»

Board, Mickuleit start termination process due to construction delays at Fire Station #4

September 18, 2019 The Matlacha / Pine Island Fire Control District commissioners held a special board meeting last week. more »»

Matlacha Hookers present check to Pine Island Elementary School

September 18, 2019 The Matlacha Hookers presented their final check from the 2018 fishing contest for $2,500 to Pine Island Elementary at their monthly meeting Sept. 9. more »»

Grand opening held at 7-Eleven store on Pine Island Road

September 18, 2019 Thursday afternoon, Pine Islanders were invited to the grand opening of the new 7-Eleven store on Pine Island Road. more »»

Homeowners get look at preliminary Flood Insurance Rate Maps

September 18, 2019 Some Lee County residents could be facing a large jump in flood insurance rates and this week they could see for themselves why. more »»

Disney’s ‘Little Mermaid’ on stage at Cultural Park Theater

September 18, 2019 By CJ HADDAD Wish you could be part of their world? Starting this weekend, you ca. more »»

DeSantis pledges ‘Glades restoration funds; fines for polluters

September 18, 2019 Florida lawmakers have touted over and over again that they are serious about environmental reform in Florida, and on Wednesday, Gov. Ron DeSantis and Rep. more »»

Oceana Global Logistics helps companies

September 18, 2019 Florida Gulf Coast University reached out to Sissil Dep in March or April. more »»

Judge ‘quashes’ annexation ordinance

September 12, 2019 A challenge contesting the city of Cape Coral's annexation of six city-owned lots on Matlacha has been upheld by the Twentieth Judicial Circuit. Circuit Court Judge Keith R. more »»

Pine Island Playhouse presents play collection about bullying

September 11, 2019 Last weekend, the Pine Island Playhouse performed a collection of four short plays about bullying titled “The Bully Plays. more »»

Pine Island provides disaster relief for Bahamas

September 11, 2019 Many islanders and island businesses are helping provide disaster relief supplies to the Hurricane Dorian damaged Bahama Islands. more »»

Oral arguments presented in MCA lawsuit

September 11, 2019 Last week 20th Judicial Circuit Judge Keith Kyle heard oral arguments regarding the Matlacha Civic Association's lawsuit against the city of Cape Coral’s annexation of 5. more »»

GPICA approves variance, adds Lovegrove to board

September 11, 2019 The Greater Pine Island Civic Association held its monthly meeting at the Elks Club last week. Topics of discussion were a variance for a house setback on Franzone Road in St. more »»

Kathryn Pruett to celebrate 100th birthday

September 11, 2019 Long-time Pine Island resident, Kathryn Pruett, will celebrate her 100th birthday at the Flamingo Bay Clubhouse Saturday, Sept. 21. more »»



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