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Sanibel’s sacred cows

April 1, 2015 To the editor: The Sanibel plan is dead. Our vision statement says, “Auto-urban development influences will be avoided. more »»

Action urged on land purchase

April 1, 2015 To the editor: We don’t understand why the Sanibel city council and especially Mayor Ruane have been silent on the push for land acquisition south of Lake Okeechobee to accomplish a huge step in tru... more »»

Traffic woes continue on the island

April 1, 2015 To the editor: We have experienced unusually large traffic flows this season. more »»

Guest Commentary: Higher manatee count simply means we have more to protect

April 1, 2015 Florida’s manatees are at a crossroads.  Well, actually, the agencies that protect manatees are at a crossroads, and manatees themselves are in the crosshairs.  The U.S. more »»

Traffic tops islander’s concerns

March 25, 2015 To the editor: City Hall has finally noticed the long line of idling autos on Periwinkle. more »»

Heart care excellence: A vision for HealthPark

March 25, 2015 To the editor: Every time I hear an ambulance racing down Periwinkle, sirens sounding, I wonder about the person inside. more »»

Dangerous concerns on bike trails (tinkerbells)

March 25, 2015 To the editor: The trail rules and common sense require that an audible warning is given before passing someone. (A startled trail user can result in an accident). more »»

Guest Commentary: Action is needed now to save the Caloosahatchee and Everglades

March 25, 2015 With the beginning of a new legislative session, the Conservancy of Southwest Florida and conservation partners are urging legislators to take advantage of a historic opportunity to buy land in the... more »»

Shell Festival volunteers stepped up

March 18, 2015 To the editor: The Community House, home of the Sanibel Community Association, has been fortunate to once again benefit from our island volunteers! Over 500 volunteers helped to make the 78th... more »»

Thanks for your support

March 18, 2015 To the editor: My fellow citizens of Sanibel, I am very grateful to the Sanibel community for returning me to our City Council for a forth term. more »»

A blunder

March 10, 2015 To the editor: Last week I blundered into a panel discussion on the problems and challenges facing Sanibel. After the meeting started, I realized it was a woman’s club program. more »»

Guest Opinion: Child costs keep rising

March 10, 2015  Each year, The U.S. Department of Agriculture estimates the costs of raising a child from birth to the age of 1. more »»

Do your job

March 4, 2015 To the editor: Institutions, like people, become senile with old age and tend to eulogize our past accomplishments. more »»

Jobs for terrorists?

March 4, 2015 To the editor: What is wrong with our President? One of his staff recently stated that giving these terrorist jobs will help stop terrorism. He refuses to say the evil words of “Islamic Terrorism. more »»

Appalling, errant and self-serving acts?

February 25, 2015 To the editor: Annual Performance Evaluation of Government Personnel is the foremost measure used by Government Officials such as Elected Officials or Appointed Government Managers i.e. more »»

Sanibel harmony

February 25, 2015 To the editor: We have a city council election on March 3 wherein we have three candidates vying for two council seats. more »»

From the heart

February 25, 2015 To the editor: The 2015 Sanibel/Captiva Heart Walk was an outstanding succes. more »»

Thank you for helping SanCap Cares

February 25, 2015 To the editor: For the past 15 years, the stars have aligned so SanCap Cares can continue its mission to raise funds and awareness for Golisano Children’s Hospital of Southwest Florida. more »»

Why we donate to FISH

February 25, 2015 To the editor: Because we believe in their cause, we donate a portion of our income every year to F.I.S.H. of Sanibel-Captiva, Inc. more »»

Guest Commentary: COTI endorses Goss for Sanibel City Council

February 25, 2015 Chauncey Goss, candidate for City Council in the upcoming election, combines a remarkable record of public service, knowledge of and appreciation for Sanibel Island, and a set of values we believe i... more »»



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