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December 24, 2021

We have extended an advertising opportunity to member businesses in our area. If you don’t have a business, but know of a business that would like to advertise, please forward this bulletin to them. For now, the program is open only to businesses that are owned by or who employ NWNA Members.  Please fill out […]

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Flood Insurance Changes – FEMA Risk Rating 2.0

October 14, 2021

Town Hall Meeting Summary On behalf of the NWNA, I would like to thank Councilmember Gloria Tate for hosting this very informative and important meeting pertaining to the FEMA Risk Rating 2.0 implementation and possible Flood Insurance implications. Following is a summary of the issues that were discussed at the meeting. 1.   FEMA Risk Rating 2.0 […]

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Development Projects Moving Forward

August 5, 2021

The Phase 2 plan for the Luxury RV Park at Tranquility Lake was just submitted to the city for review.    Phase 2 consists of 52.12 acres and includes 358 motor coach sites. Combined with the 144 sites in Phase 1, there will be a total of 502 sites. Phase I covers 36.26 acres. Overall, amenities […]

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NWNA Presidents Message

June 25, 2021

Members: Cape Coral is fortunate to have a local organization dedicated to rebuilding the forest canopy and creating an environment for plants and animals to thrive. Future Forestry is the organization responsible for the great work done on Veterans Memorial Parkway and streets intersecting it such as Chiquita and Skyline. I’m happy to announce that […]

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More ‘Clean the Cape’ Details

April 17, 2021

John Bashaw provides us with more details about this event.

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Clean-Up the Cape Day Event

April 10, 2021

Save the Date. The NWNA is holding a “Clean the Cape” event at Tropicana Park on April 24. We are partnering with Waste Pro, Keep Lee County Beautiful, and the City of Cape Coral to make our city beautiful again. We will meet at Tropicana Park at 8:00 a.m. on April 24 to hand out […]

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NWNA and the City Working Together on 7 Islands

January 15, 2021

Come Out and Join Us for the 7 Islands Clean-Up Day! Hello Members, Remember the four focus items you wanted us to work on last year? 1.  UEP 2.  7 Islands 3.  North Spreader Waterway Exit (Feasibility Study) 4.  Beautification, Safety, Lights, Walkways, etc. We want to start the year off on a positive note while addressing both the […]

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2nd Update on Crystal Lake Park Problem

January 8, 2021

Crystal Lake Solution is in Progress! NWNA Members: Please see the memorandum on actions the city is taking to resolve the issue at Crystal Lake. I am very pleased with the action taken by the City of Cape Coral, led my Mr. Ilczyszyn, and I am sure you will also recognize the fast attention given […]

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Crystal Park Problem Update

January 8, 2021

NWNA Members: The City of Cape Coral is aggressively pursuing a resolution to the situation at Crystal Lake. Plans are already in place to address the concerns you raised, including the suggestions in the bulletin I sent on Monday. I am confident the right resources are on this problem with the right urgency. Please do […]

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Crystal Lake Park Problem

January 4, 2021

NWNA Members: Happy New Year and my best wishes to you and your family for a great 2021. We have a situation in the vicinity of Crystal Lake Park and I am asking you to support our members and help out. The members near Crystal Lake are at their wits end with the partying, drag racing, […]

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New Hospital Coming to Cape Coral

September 25, 2021

Members: Please see the article below regarding a new hospital for Cape Coral. This is a wonderful announcement – many of you have commented on our need for closer health care. Here it is. These things take time, but the good news is a commitment has been made and land has been purchased. It took many people working together […]

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Burnt Store Road Construction Progress

September 10, 2021

The NWNA Webmaster, Paul Dworianyn, gives us an update on the progress being made along Burnt Store Road from Pine Island Road to Embers Parkway.

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Mayor John Gunters First Monthly Message and New E-Newsletter

September 10, 2021

Members: Please see the first monthly message from our Mayor, John Gunter. I am sure you will find this information insightful. If you so desire, you can receive the messages directly from the Mayor as well as other city messages by signing up for the E-Newsletter below. John Bashaw (920) 449-2000 Mayor Gunter’s Monthly Message E-Newsletter […]

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Here we Grow Again – September Edition

September 5, 2021

Look what’s going on in our city. Two weeks ago we told you that 571 apartments, in three separate developments, would come online between Nicholas Parkway and Sam’s Club on Pine Island Rd. in the next couple of years, if current development plans are followed through on. Now, there’s more coming to our area.  There’s […]

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New District 6 Council Member

September 2, 2021

Members: I am excited to share the good news with you on the new District 6 Council Member. Council Member Long was appointed last night at the Council Meeting on the first round of voting.  You will find Council Member Long to have vision, passion, and a solid grasp of the issues before our great city. He […]

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Update on Crystal Lake Boardwalk – Trading House Trail

September 2, 2021

Hello Members: Here is a 5 minute video update on the boardwalk at Crystal Lake Park. Please watch the video below to see how this project is progressing. John Bashaw, President (920) 449-2000 https://conta.cc/3mQEkZ4

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Unlicensed Contractors in our City!

September 1, 2021

Hello Members: We wanted to pass on this link to keep you all informed about this important subject. Our city is being flooded with unlicensed contractors causing dangerous and possible serious risks to you and your property. An unlicensed contractor’s possible lack of education, possible criminal background, possible lack of insurance, or lack of qualifications […]

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September is Membership Drive Month!

September 1, 2021

Hi Members: I just wanted to remind you all that the month of September is our Membership Drive Month! Let your voices be heard, be part of the solutions, keep up with the changes and watch the NW Cape grow! A Lifetime Membership is still only $15.00 per family! This year we are going to […]

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City Council to select a new District 6 Council Member

August 28, 2021

NWNA Members: On Wednesday, September 1, 2021, the Cape Coral City Council will select a new District 6 Representative to serve in the seat vacated with the resignation of Mr. Williams.  Based on the City Charter, Council has 30 days to select a candidate’s replacement or a special election must be held. Fourteen candidates applied […]

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City of Cape Coral Changes URL

August 26, 2021

Hi Members Effective August 25, the City of Cape Coral’s website address (URL) will change from a .net to a .gov address. The old address of www.capecoral.net will now be a new government address: www.capecoral.gov. The .gov website addresses are among the most secure and protected and are reserved almost exclusively for local, state, and […]

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