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No way to stop sand migration

February 16, 2011 To the editor, You would think that after all these years, we would resign ourselves to the reality of the opening and closing of Blind Pass which separates... more »»

30-Day Veg Pledge

February 16, 2011 To the editor, Now that the U.S. more »»

Planning for better coastal balance

February 9, 2011 We all know different people enjoy the beach in different ways. more »»

One big happy family

February 9, 2011 To the editor, Why we won't have a municipal election? Answering that question is easy. COTI could not find or need a candidate. more »»

Some good news for the Caloosahatchee

February 2, 2011 After recent bad news, last Friday there was some good news from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps), which announced a seven-day pulse release to the Caloosahatchee starting on Jan. 28. more »»

NYE Party raises $50,000

February 2, 2011 To the editor, It is a pleasure to report to the community the results of our year-long fundraising efforts for the financial assistance progra. more »»

Rock groin will keep pass open

February 2, 2011 To the editor, Several years ago after Blind Pass closed within two months after being dredged, I wrote a letter to you, the Corp of Engineers and the island... more »»

Water distribution blatantly inequitable

January 26, 2011 To the editor, Ray Judah wrote a commentary recently in the Fort Myers News-Press, “Water managers continue to cheat Caloosahatchee, environment,” that I urge... more »»

AFSCME hasn't ratified pension plan changes

January 26, 2011 To the editor, I have a correction I would like to note regarding your front page article, "Second reading of pension oridinance moved to March," published in... more »»

Why America is a leader in coastal engineering

January 26, 2011 Is America a leader in coastal engineering... more »»

Clarifying issues related to Cape Coral's North Spreader canal

January 19, 2011 In March 2008, the Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation (SCCF) joined 10 other petitioners to challenge a decision by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) that... more »»

Beaches mean business

January 19, 2011 What does the coastal economy mean to the national economy? Plenty, according to one agency's annual look at economic energy. more »»

Explore pension plan alternatives

January 19, 2011 To the editor, I have been following the newspaper articles about the Sanibel employee pension plan with interest over the past several months, and have been... more »»

Pleased with changed position

January 19, 2011 To the editor, I was pleased to read that you had changed your position concerning the proposed Shared Use Path expansion and changes to Dunlop Road being... more »»

Deputies have broken the silence

January 19, 2011 To the editor, Leadership starts at the top and works its way down, or so we have all been ingrained to believe. more »»

Not a matter of either/or

January 19, 2011 To the editor, The present editor of this publication (unlike his predecessor) has chosen to take a position on island issues through the use of editorial. more »»

Room for further improvement

January 12, 2011 As a member of the accounting faculty at Florida Gulf Coast University, I’ve been following Sanibel’s pension fund deliberations because I have a research interest in this are. more »»

An inability to compromise

January 12, 2011 To the editor, It was both right and overdue that City Council act to protect Sanibel's financial futur. more »»

The estuary always loses

January 12, 2011 To the editor, It was a very Grinchy Christmas present the South Florida Water Management District gave our region when the governing board voted to cut off the... more »»

An 11th hour failure

January 12, 2011 To the editor, I am indeed sorry to have been away from last Tuesday's City Council meeting and the discussion of the projected shared use path through Dunlop... more »»



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