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End the Shell Love Bug drama

January 23, 2019 To the editor: The fact that the Lee County Board of County Commissioners have allowed the Shell Love Bug dispute to drag on for two years at an expense of nearly $50,000, with three attorneys on... more »»

Limelight well deserved for SCCF

January 23, 2019 To the editor: Have you wondered who was literally and figuratively standing behind Gov. more »»

Solution needed for in-season traffic

January 23, 2019 To the editor: Well, it’s that time again — the season. Brenda and I have gone crepuscular. more »»

Shell Love Bug case dragging on

January 23, 2019 To the editor: As many of you may have read in an article published Jan. more »»

Support ban on gas-powered leaf blowers

January 23, 2019 To the editor: Hats off to the Committee of the Islands and Barbara Cooley for bringing the topic of gasoline powered leaf blowers to the table in a recent Island Reporter editorial. more »»

Use of drones on Sanibel

January 16, 2019 To the editor: My wife and I were on the Gulf side beach off Seagrape Lane last Sunday, Dec. 31, and we were astonished to see someone operating a sophisticated drone from the beach. more »»

Save Sanibel

January 2, 2019 To the editor: The very slow tourist season, caused by the massive red tide, has put a deep dent in the business on the islan. more »»

Thank you city council

December 19, 2018 To the editor: I recently read an article about the Sanibel City Council calling for air quality testing as the red tide persists and wanted to say thank you to them. more »»

Festival of Wreaths is a must go

December 19, 2018 To the editor: A new twinkle has been added to Sanibel's holiday celebration. more »»

Kindness on Periwinkle Way

December 12, 2018 To the Editor: Traffic is getting heavy, and the heaviest lines on Periwinkle are coming. It is a time to turn in towards the wisdom we all know about kindness. more »»

'Walk Through Bethlehem' one to see

December 5, 2018 To the editor: “Fast away the old year passes” as the traditional Christmas carol says. It is time to finalize your holiday planning as November is fast disappearing. more »»

Thank you for donations, support

November 28, 2018 To the editor: The 11th annual Turkey Drop and Roll resulted in a record 113 turkeys, over 1,800 pounds. more »»

First-ever PTA fundraiser a success

November 21, 2018 To the editor: The epic Adults Night Out on Nov. more »»

Clean water was a key local issue

November 15, 2018 To the editor: The headline on your recent editorial was “Battle won, fight goes on. more »»

Time to start thinking P.I.N.K. again

November 15, 2018 To the editor: The Dunes Women’s Golf Association is beginning to make plans for its annual Play for P.I.N.. more »»

Vote on facts and past action, not party

October 31, 2018 To the editor: As a registered Independent, I appreciate the unifying message of recent signs suggesting water quality is important for Republicans and Democrats alike. more »»

Dangerous curve at Blind Pass

October 31, 2018 To the editor: The residents of Del Sega are facing a worsening situation with the cars speeding through a 25 mph zone at Blind Pass. I have been a property owner since the late 1970. more »»

Tourism is bigger economic value to Florida

October 24, 2018 To the editor: I noticed from the map by the Sugar Farmers — published in the Islander — that they claim 30 percent of polluted water from Lake Okeechobee is directed along the Caloosahatchee River... more »»

Vote yes on half-penny sales tax

October 24, 2018 To the editor: Sanibel voters, I’m certain, know the value of a good education. more »»

Keep 'water signs' non-political

October 10, 2018 To the editor: The “water signs” that are popping up in yards all over the islands are meant to bring attention to an horrendous crisis that affects us all, and screams for resolution. more »»

 
 

 

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