Common courtesy lacking on Shared Use Path
December 3, 2014 To the editor: A typical morning’s walk on Sanibel’s Shared Use Path: “racing” bicyclists buzzing past, cruisers, sometimes in columns, often two abreast, suddenly alongside, all with no warning. more »»
What about American families?
December 3, 2014 To the editor: Emperor Obama has declared that his illegal, unconstitutional executive order, which basically gives amnesty to millions of illegal immigrants, is all about compassion for the... more »»
Pond Apple and Shipley trails
November 26, 2014 To the editor: Although the upgraded Pond Apple Trail together with the new Shipley Trail extension to the city Roadside Parking lot on Periwinkle has been finished to all weather standard, it has... more »»
Is gridlock coming to Tarpon Bay Road?
November 26, 2014 To the editor: The stakes are in place, and the regular patrons have been notified: Doc Ford’s is moving soon! As far as the developers are concerned, this is a fait accompli. more »»
Toys sought for birthday drive
November 12, 2014 To the editor: As many of you know, Community Youth Chorus takes a birthday party once a month to the Salvation Army Homeless Shelter to celebrate the birthdays of the kids living at the shelter. more »»
Blown away by leafblower noise
November 5, 2014 To the editor: The leafblower use is more than just annoying — it’s harmful to our ears without protection. It’s not only once a week, but daily. more »»
The Lee County School Board Referendum Ruse
October 29, 2014 To the editor: Voters take note that this November 4th you are being asked to vote Yes or No on the last ballot question to change our current At-Large voting election system where every voter has... more »»
COTI urges passage of Amendment 1
October 29, 2014 To the editor: It’s been almost a year since volunteers on Sanibel and Captiva concluded a hugely successful petition drive to help ensure a place on the Nov. more »»
Pay for the mayor?
October 22, 2014 To the editor: There have been a couple of articles in the paper about how our elected officials are fast becoming impoverished because they spend their own money on travel for the good of us peopl. more »»
Good news for coast in climate plan
October 22, 2014 To the editor: There’s a lot for coastal communities to like in the recently announced Climate Action Plan – not necessarily for what it does about the climate, but for what it offers to support the... more »»