A change to the Lee County Land Development Code that would benefit the owner of a planned million dollar home on Upper Captiva is marching toward a decision by county commissioners. A building permit application submitted for 530 Gulf Lane on North Captiva Island was rejected last month because the proposed location of the septic system is on the sea side of the county coastal construction line.
Members of the civic association of folks in Matlacha sat and listened to the minutes of their last meeting as they gathered for the first time since spring. "Our last time, in April, we held a potluck," said Jim Young, the association secretary. "There was no business conducted. It was a grand time." It was as quaint and quirky as Matlacha itself, a proudly rustic and rural piece of the Gulf Coast, where even a hint of change stirs deep emotion.
Lee County would add two new incorporated communities to the seven already established if incorporation efforts reaching a critical point in Lehigh Acres and Matlacha-Pine Island are successful. Both incorporation bids are facing crucial decisions in coming months that could guide the future of the communities for decades ahead.
A #CNN pundit claims to keep Roy Moore from losing a Senate seat for Alabama Republicans, Luther Strange can resign and trigger a new Senate special election. Nope. Strange is appointed and a special for that seat is set before next general. No new special per Ala. Code 17-15-1
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Selecting a term
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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