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Tropicana Park – Priority Use Agreement Update

October 28, 2020

Update – Tropicana Park and Cape Coral Rowing Club PUA Draft Attached below is the NWNA pro forma Priority Use Agreement (PUA) for the public property the Rowing Club will occupy on Tropicana Park.  At a City Council Meeting in June, the dais discussion centered around stipulations to define the limits of the Rowing Club’s […]

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Bioswales Update

October 26, 2020

Installed Bioswale Issues: Dead grass and Standing water Local residents have noticed some issues with the newly installed bioswales within the in North 2 UEP area. We asked the UEP Project Manager to look into the problem and resolve the issues that have surfaced. 1. Dead Grass 2. Standing water The Project Manager quickly responded […]

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New Leadership Introduction – UEP

October 24, 2020

NWNA Vice President Dennis Winchester and Public Works Chairman Don Freeman held an introductory meeting with Public Works Director Mr. Paul Clinghan and Utilities Extension Manager Mr. Kevin Higginson. The meeting provided an opportunity to introduce Don to the Public Works leadership, discuss his background, learn about Public Works initiatives/processes, and discuss some current North […]

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Tropicana Park Update

October 8, 2020

During the City Council Meeting on June 1, 2020, the final design plan for Tropicana Neighborhood Park was approved which included locating the Cape Coral Rowing Club in the southeast corner of the park. The final design is the result of ongoing input from the NWNA, Council, park staff, citizens, and the rowing club to […]

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Candidate Forum Priorities & Final Remarks

October 4, 2020

District – 2 Dan Sheppard Here are the District 2 Candidates' priorities and closing statements from the City Council Candidate forum on October… Posted by NWNA on Sunday, October 4, 2020 District 3 – Chris Cammarota Here is one of the District 3 Candidates' priorities and closing statement from the City Council Candidate forum on… Posted […]

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UEP Connection Extension

September 27, 2020

During the June time frame, NWNA identified the potential for delays in meeting the 180 days connections based on the limited number of available plumbing companies supporting the connections efforts. This concern has come to fruition. Thankfully, the City Public Works has recognized the delays and has added an additional 60 days to the original […]

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Burnt Store Rd Widening Project Update

September 27, 2020

Mr. Vincent Miller, from the Lee County Department of Transportation, sent us an update on the two segments of Burnt Store Road that are scheduled for construction. The two segments are the South end that connects to Pine Island Road and the segment North of Kismet Road to the city limit. Here is his response […]

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City Council Candidate Forum

September 27, 2020

Members: The 2020 City Council Candidate Forum will be broadcast on CapeTV on Oct 2, 2020, at 7:00 PM. This is your only opportunity to see all eight City Council Candidates at one time answering questions from the Breeze and the News-Press. Check your local cable provider to see if it will be broadcast on […]

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Bioswales Update

August 8, 2020

The city’s Utilities Expansion Project (UEP) Manager provided the following information relative to bioswales being added in specific areas in Contracts 1 and 2. Bioswales will only be constructed in approximately four percent of the swales in Contracts 1 and 2. Due to grant funding, the city negotiated separate pricing for the construction of the […]

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Update on Tropicana Park Concept Plan May 2020

May 15, 2020

NWNA Members: Tropicana Neighborhood Park was discussed at the Council Meeting on Monday. After the meeting, I sent the following memo to the City Council. Thank you email from NWNA president to the Cape Coral City Council After a full hour of speeches, videos, and memos read by the City Clerk, and after a request […]

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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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Red, White and Boom!

June 29, 2019

Come out with your family and friends to enjoy an evening of celebration and fun!  THURSDAY, JULY 4 Event Time – 5 to 10:00pm  The City of Cape Coral Parks and Recreation Department is proud to bring you the largest single day event in Southwest Florida. Join us for the 2019 Red, White, and Boom. Over 30,000 […]

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