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Sanibel ready for another battle vs. county

August 20, 2009 Just as islanders began to settle down following a three-month skirmish with the Lee County Department of Transportation over their proposed disbanding of the LeeWay toll discount... more »»

EDITORIAL: Reflections on Charley

August 13, 2009 Today is the fifth anniversary on what some islanders might recall as the most significant event in the history of Southwest Florida. more »»

Size matters, especially for gators

August 5, 2009 Last week, Sanibelians were given a somber reminder that we all live on a sanctuary island inhabited by creatures which date back to the prehistoric era, and that sometimes interaction... more »»

Keep your eyes and ears open

July 29, 2009 It's that time of year again. No, we're not talking about hurricane season or beating the heat or even — kids, cover your ears — preparing to go back to school. more »»

Too many children are left behind

July 23, 2009 Lee County school officials and their acolytes are again toasting district accomplishments with half-full glasses held high and checkbooks at the ready for another round of... more »»

Cap plan good, but not good enough

July 16, 2009 At Tuesday's public meeting with the Lee County Department of Transportation, the community finally heard the specifics involved with the plan to alter the LeeWay toll discount program. more »»

Toll meeting turnout should be big

July 8, 2009 Four weeks ago, an editorial entitled "Just say no to toll hike" appeared on these pages. more »»

Time for the community to embrace Operation Open Arms

July 2, 2009 For more than four years, Operation Open Arms and its various sponsors and volunteers have put their money where their mouth is when it came to thanking our troops returning from... more »»

Lightning strikes no laughing matter

June 17, 2009 In the John Candy/Dan Aykroyd 1988 comedy “The Great Outdoors,” there’s a very funny scene in which they encounter a disheveled man who claims to have been hit in the head by lightning... more »»

Just say no to toll hike

June 10, 2009 It doesn’t take too much time for news to spread across the island, so when details regarding the Lee County Commissioners’ plan to raise tolls on three local crossings — including the... more »»

Don’t be complacent — be prepared!

June 4, 2009 Hurricane season began on Monday and officials on the national, state and local level are again united as they issue their annual call to action: Be prepared. more »»

City weighs station options

May 13, 2009 At last week’s City Council meeting, one member of the audience suggested that Sanibel’s leaders take a look at installing a new weigh station on the island. more »»

Door-to-door dilemma

May 6, 2009 Whether or not you live on Sanibel full-time or part-time, you’ve heard this scenario before: A person knocks on your door, asking if you need any landscaping work done. more »»

Fund education first

April 29, 2009 Per-student funding numbers have largely escaped the budget ax in Tallahassee this year as both the House and the Senate have passed proposals that leave levels pretty much intact. more »»

It’s not easy going green (but it’s well worth it!)

April 23, 2009 Recently, Blue Dolphin Cottages — a 47-year-old, nine-unit motel on Sanibel’s western end — joined a small but ever growing number of island accommodation that have received the Florida... more »»

A reminder of restrictions

April 16, 2009 A strange thing happened over Sanibel and Captiva on Tuesday afternoon: it rained. At first, partly cloudy skies gave way to a full blanketing of gre. more »»

Future of Fitness Center in jeopardy

April 9, 2009 We received an e-mail this week from Meta Goodwin, longtime owner of the Sanibel Fitness Center on Rabbit Roa. more »»

Season of wildlife warnings

April 1, 2009 It’s the first week in April and a quick glance at the calendar will tell you that Easter is less than a couple of weeks away. more »»

Segway issue returning to council

March 26, 2009 The long-debated issue of allowing Segways to be used on Sanibel’s shared use path system is about to be brought back to City Council once again. more »»

Implement open government reform recommendations

March 18, 2009 Want to check which subjects your child's teacher is qualified to teach? Want to know if your kid's coach has been popped for DUI, domestic violence or a drug... more »»

 
 

 

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