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Cereceda discusses Beach’s beginnings at Chamber lunch

May 16, 2018 Town council member Anita Cereceda has been involved in the town of Fort Myers Beach since its incorporation, including being the town’s first mayor. more »»

Bay Oaks set to reopen after floor install

May 16, 2018 After being closed for close to a month due to a floor installation, the Bay Oaks Recreation Center will be ready to reopen, and it’s looking for your help to make it even better. more »»

Marine Resources may push for bag ban

May 16, 2018 The Fort Myers Beach Marine Resources Task Force is considering a push to encourage a local supermarket to follow the lead of one of its east coast stores in banning the use of plastic bags. more »»

TPI returns for final vote

May 16, 2018 TPI Hospitality will return to the Fort Myers Beach Town Hall Monday, May 21. It will be the day Town Council will vote officially to approve or deny the resort-beach club complex. more »»

Bay Oaks to host bicycle safety event

May 16, 2018 In celebration of National Bike Month — and the popularity of bike riding on Fort Myers Beach — the Bay Oaks Recreational Campus staff will host a safety event Saturday, May 26. more »»

Community Foundation donates to local efforts

May 16, 2018 On Wednesday, May 9 the Fort Myers Beach Community Foundation distributed $28,000 to both scholarship recipients and organizations in need that serve the Beach communit. more »»

EITA, Chamber host joint meeting on code enforcement

May 16, 2018 The Estero Island Taxpayers Association and the Fort Myers Beach Chamber of Commerce are joining to discuss code enforcement Wednesday, May 16 at Beach Baptist Church, 130 Connecticut Street. more »»

FGCU program makes homes for mollusks in Estero Bay

May 9, 2018 A Florida Gulf Coast University program is hoping to clean the bay, one oyster at a time. And it hopes to partner with local businesses and waterside residents to make it happen. more »»

Turtle Trot/Family Fun Day offers great time at Lovers Key May 12

May 9, 2018 It’s time to lace up your running shoes, and start stretching for the 13th annual Lovers Key Turtle Trot/Family Fun Day which will be hosted by the Friends of Lovers Ke. more »»

Seasonal rentals ordinance narrowly passes

May 9, 2018 By CHUCK BALLARO news@breezenewspapers.com Short-term rentals face new regulation on Fort Myers Beach. more »»

Fort Myers Beach Rocks the Arches

May 9, 2018 The rain may have put a little bit of a damper on things, but the skies cleared up in time for the main event to take the stage at the Rock the Arches Music Fest on Saturday at Bonita Bill’s. more »»

Rezoning request would bulldoze mangrove land for housing

May 9, 2018 Update: Stakeholders have been notified that?? the Eden Oak development applicant has requested a continuance so the zoning hearing will be postponed to a future date to be announce. more »»

23rd Annual Taste of the Beach a local affair

May 9, 2018 The votes were in — 474 to be precise — and a small crowd waited on Old San Carlos Boulevard for the news. A cheer went up as announcer Jo List declared the winner: Nervous Nellie’s. more »»

Bay Harbour: stateward bound

May 9, 2018 In a 3 to 1 vote, the Lee County Board of Commissioners sent the Bay Harbour Marina Village comprehensive plan amendment request to the state for comment. more »»

Coast Guard rescues man after canoe overturns near Sanibel Causeway

May 9, 2018 The U.S. Coast Guard rescued a man from the water after his canoe overturned near the Sanibel Causeway over the weekend. At 12:05 a.m. more »»

Town council split on Connecticut Street

May 9, 2018 A possible modification to the controversial sidewalk plan for Connecticut Street nudged forward Monday. more »»

One year in: Q&A with Town Manager Roger Hernstadt

May 2, 2018 Town Manager Roger Hernstadt celebrated his first year with Fort Myers Beach on April 25. more »»

'Rock The Arches' Music Festival to help bring a bit of history back to life

May 2, 2018 A free concert to help restore an historic beach icon is set for 4 to 9:30 p.m. Saturday at Bonita Bills Waterfront Cafe. more »»

Taste the Beach set for Sunday

May 2, 2018 Twenty local restaurants will be vying for best dishes this Sunday. You better start planning your strategy. more »»

Working with wind

May 2, 2018 Jim Walker has been a radar engineer. He’s been a sailing captain. And now, he’s an inventor. more »»

 
 

 

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