Regular Meeting Summary – February 18, 2020

February 26, 2020

Overview Our February 18th meeting was held in our new location, Lee County Public Library, Northwest Regional,  519 Chiquita Blvd. N., Cape Coral, FL 33993.  We had 200+ members and guests in attendance.  The meeting was opened by President, John Bashaw.  The topics for the meeting were updates on the UEP; Seven Islands, Myriad Luxury Motorcoach Resort, […]

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New Membership Chairpersons

December 16, 2019
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Election of Officers – Nov 14, 2019

November 2, 2019

The annual meeting of the Northwest Cape Coral Neighborhood Association will be held November 14, 2019 at: Christa McAuliffe Charter Elementary School Cafeteria 2817 SW 3rd Lane Cape Coral, FL Registration and networking with neighbors 6:30pm to 7pm Meeting 7pm to 8:30pm. Invite your friends and neighbors to attend. Membership is available to residents and property owners […]

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Cape Coral Economic Development Newsletter Released

September 11, 2019

The Cape Coral Economic Development Office (EDO) published their quarterly Newsletter.  Check out the topics in the planning and construction stages.  Not all projects are for the Northwest Cape Coral, but it does show some of the plans and topics that the EDO are considering. You can read the Newsletter on our website by clicking […]

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Cape Coral Boat Ramp Changes Requested

July 13, 2019

To all of the Northwest Cape Coral Property-Owners: Recently the NWNA President, sent an email to our City Leaders requesting a policy change, regarding the fee structure for the Boat Ramps in Cape Coral. If this issue concerns you, please contact your City Leaders with your opinions. The email sent is as follows:  Mayor, Council […]

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Parks GO Bond Update

June 24, 2019

On June 17, 2019, at a special meeting, the Cape Coral City Council approved Resolution 135-19 for professional design services for the “Neighborhood Park” project, in an amount of ~$3M with AECOM Technical Services, Inc.  The funding will come from the parks $60M “GO Bond” approved by voters in 2018. There are two (2) “Neighborhood […]

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Burnt Store Road Lighting Expedited

June 19, 2019

On April 16th 2019, at the Lee County Commissioners’ meeting, the Northwest Cape Coral Neighborhood Association (NWNA) petitioned the Commissioners to expedite the installation of lights on the newly constructed Burnt Store Rd and to enhance the lighting plan for that construction.  The NWNA felt that the increased lighting would help to alleviate numerous safety […]

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Cape Coral’s Surplus Land For Sale

April 24, 2019

Cape Coral’s Surplus Land for Sale The city has numerous properties to sell for which they no longer have a need. Twenty-Seven (27) WATER FRONT PROPERTIES IN THE N.W., ARE NOW ON THE MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE. Another 70+ properties will follow (per Ordinance 73.18). We expect to see more to follow as they are identified […]

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Lighting and Sidewalks in NW Cape

April 20, 2019

At the Cape Coral City Council meeting on May x, John Jacobs spoke regarding the issue of inadequate street lighting and sidewalks in the Northwest Cape area. President John Jacobs speaks to Cape Coral City Council regarding inufficient lighting and sidewalks Feedback that we have received from the City Leaders indicates that several positive plans […]

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NWNA President’s Letter to School Board Members

April 6, 2019

Dear School Board Members, Hello, my name is John Jacobs and I am the President of the Northwest Cape Coral Neighborhood Association. I represent over 1200 members who are the taxpayers of the Northwest Cape area. Considering recent events in the Cape regarding the safety of our school children, there are many changes being examined […]

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2019 In Review

December 5, 2019

What a Year We’ve Had! We have had a very busy year tackling some very important issues that directly impact your way of life and ultimately your pocketbooks. The Association addressed the following issues with the county, city and parks departments on your behalf: UEP Phase 2 Neighborhood Parks BSR Widening Project Lighting along BSR […]

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Census 2020 Job Openings

December 2, 2019

The 2020 Census is looking for temporary employees. Census positions provide an opportunity to earn extra income and help your community. The 2020 Census results will help determine your state’s representation in Congress, as well as how certain funds are spent for schools, hospitals, roads, and more. Applicants must be over 18 years of age and be […]

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Meeting Results Posted

November 21, 2019

The September 26th and November 14th meetings have been posted, along with photos and presentations.  Visit the “Past NWNA Meetings” page for links to prior meetings. Thanks to Cathy Eybs for updating Shutterfly.

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2020 Officers

November 15, 2019

Officers Elected for 2020 During the Annual Meeting of the NWNA, held November 14th, the following persons were elected for 2020: John Bashaw, President Dennis Winchester, Vice President Linda Stevens, Secretary David Marazon, Treasurer  

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GO Bond Public Input Meetings

September 1, 2019

This is the time for you to give your personal opinion to the City The City is hosting a series of meetings to gather community input on the designs of the seven new neighborhood parks that will be constructed throughout the city. The new neighborhood parks include: Crystal Lake Park Cultural Park Gator Circle Park Lake Meade […]

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Senator Rubio’s Staff in the Cape on Tuesday, August 26.

August 26, 2019

Announcement from Senator Marco Rubio “…My staff will offer constituent services on items such as social security payments, issues with the IRS, federal disaster claims, and veterans benefits, as well as to listen to your concerns and suggestions. Please note that I will not be in attendance, but my staff will be onsite to meet […]

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Leadership Changes

August 16, 2019

Letter from the President of the NWNA To the NWNA Members, I would like to first express my sincerest gratitude for you allowing me to serve as your President for the past 20 months. But due to a variety of Family issues up north that requires much of my focus, I find myself unable to […]

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Important Meeting – September 26th

August 13, 2019

Important General Meeting – September 26, 2019 @ 7:00 PM – doors will open at 6:30 PM for networking. Christa McAuliffe Charter Elementary School Cafeteria 2817 SW 3rd Lane, Cape Coral Tentative Agenda Items: Meeting Sign-in and Networking Participate in our 50/50 Drawing. Tickets are $1 each or seven for $5. Please bring the exact […]

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Happy Birthday to the NWNA

July 3, 2019

We enter our 15th year still working hard to keep our members informed by monitoring our city leaders so we can bring transparency, information and facts so you will always be knowledgeable and able to make informed decisions that directly impact your family. For more information, refer to Constant Contact NWNA Bulletin 28-19-W, emailed to […]

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Rezoning City Owned Property!

July 1, 2019

Please join us and learn about the proposed Future Zoning changes in Northwest Cape Coral.  These meetings will be on July 22 and August 5 at 4:30 pm in Cape Coral City Council Chambers.  They will be voting on changing the zoning for over 9,000 acres of property in our City. The City has invested […]

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