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Pleased with changed position

January 19, 2011 To the editor, I was pleased to read that you had changed your position concerning the proposed Shared Use Path expansion and changes to Dunlop Road being... more »»

Deputies have broken the silence

January 19, 2011 To the editor, Leadership starts at the top and works its way down, or so we have all been ingrained to believe. more »»

Not a matter of either/or

January 19, 2011 To the editor, The present editor of this publication (unlike his predecessor) has chosen to take a position on island issues through the use of editorial. more »»

Room for further improvement

January 12, 2011 As a member of the accounting faculty at Florida Gulf Coast University, I’ve been following Sanibel’s pension fund deliberations because I have a research interest in this are. more »»

An inability to compromise

January 12, 2011 To the editor, It was both right and overdue that City Council act to protect Sanibel's financial futur. more »»

The estuary always loses

January 12, 2011 To the editor, It was a very Grinchy Christmas present the South Florida Water Management District gave our region when the governing board voted to cut off the... more »»

An 11th hour failure

January 12, 2011 To the editor, I am indeed sorry to have been away from last Tuesday's City Council meeting and the discussion of the projected shared use path through Dunlop... more »»

'Remember Our River'

January 12, 2011 To the editor, I was one of the last people to catch a fresh water fish on the Sanibel Rive. more »»

Thanks to New Year's Eve Party supporters

January 12, 2011 To the editor, Co-lead sponsors, The City of Sanibel and the Sanibel-Captiva Kiwanis Foundation, gratefully acknowledge the success of our second annual New... more »»

Advocate for safer shared use paths

January 12, 2011 To the editor, The possibility of a new shared use path along Dunlop and Wooster roads was anticipated with excitement by many Sanibel residents who frequent... more »»

Time to rethink retirement policy

January 12, 2011 To the editor, Governor Rick Scott's policy initiative to assess the current status of the Florida Retirement System (FRS) is fiscally prudent and responsible. more »»

Sharing the holiday spirit

January 12, 2011 To the editor, Each year during the holiday season, Hope Hospice works to ensure that the joys of the season are shared by those in our care through the... more »»

Include only local issues

January 12, 2011 To the editor, Over the past 15 years or so, I have submitted five letters to the Island Reporter, and two have been published. more »»

Thanks to island Bell-Ringers

January 5, 2011 To the editor, On behalf of the Salvation Army¹s Red Kettle Campaign, we would like to thank all the Bell-Ringers who participated on Sanibel in 2010. more »»

Cell tower contrary to Sanibel Vision Statement

December 29, 2010 Members of the City Council, Having fallen in love with the island of Sanibel precisely for its beauty, unique values, strong sense of community and... more »»

Fiscally prudent and responsible

December 29, 2010 To the editor, Mayor Kevin Ruane and Councilman Marty Harrity hit the bull's eye. They are looking out for the public's interest with their comment(s) that... more »»

Do what is good for the country

December 29, 2010 To the editor, It is time for our local Senators to vote against filibuster and the arcane privilege of sneaking in personal line item agendas to important bill... more »»

Looking at an opportunity to reduce potential development

December 29, 2010 When you use Google Earth (http://earth.googl. more »»

Research essential to sustainable coastal living

December 29, 2010 In today's struggling economy, funds for basic scientific research are increasingly in short supply. Federal funds that once sustained universities and laboratories are dwindling. more »»

No to Donax cell tower

December 22, 2010 To the editor, Is it really possible that a 149-foot tall Verizon cell tower eyesore could rise on Sanibel, and in the middle of the densely populated Donax... more »»



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