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Guest Commentary: Listen to water experts in Lake Okeechobee debate

March 29, 2017 In my previous role as Secretary of the Department of Environmental Protection, it wasn’t often I would find consensus on issues involving local water management districts, the state, and federal... more »»

Always look twice

March 15, 2017 To the editor: This is a true story. A few months ago, I almost died while biking the shared use path on Sanibel. Some readers will think I am exaggerating because there was no accident. more »»

Many thanks

March 8, 2017 To the editor: After a beautiful month on Sanibel, we decided to enjoy one last meal before leaving for the airport. On our way, our car broke down at Periwinkle and Tarpon Bay Road. more »»

Say no to roundabout

March 8, 2017 To the editor: The regional daily ran an article recently that stated that the Sanibel intersection of Periwinkle Way and the causeway exit is number one on the list of intersections being considere... more »»

A river of questions

March 8, 2017 To the editor: I want to make it very clear. I strongly support the City of Sanibel and the conservation community when it comes to promoting clean water in general. more »»

Vote Maughan

March 1, 2017 To the editor: Water quality is paramount to the future of our community, so Jason (Maughan) has put his time and money into fighting the industrial agricultural polluters others would cozy up to. more »»

Vote Ruane

March 1, 2017 To the editor: The leadership ability of Kevin Ruane was my first impression of the man I would come to know. more »»

Re-elect Denham, Harrity, Ruane

March 1, 2017 To the editor: There are three City Council seats up for election on March 7. We will have to decide which of the four candidates are best suited for these three seats. more »»

Re-elect incumbents

March 1, 2017 To the editor: The work of the Planning Commission is at the center of keeping the Sanibel Plan working for all of u. more »»

Vote for Marty Harrity

March 1, 2017 To the editor: The people of Sanibel have an opportunity on March 7, an opportunity, to make a real difference. Vote for Marty Harrity and elect him to the Sanibel City Counci. more »»

Vote for Ruane

March 1, 2017 To the editor: As an island resident and father of two young children, water quality and responsible long-range planning are important to me. more »»

Vote Harrity

March 1, 2017 To the editor: We are voting to elect Marty Harrity to the Sanibel City Council in March, and you should too. more »»

Actions speak louder than words

February 22, 2017 To the editor: When Congressman Francis Rooney visited Sanibel on Feb. 9, he was lauded by local officials for his “total commitment” to clean water. more »»

Term limits for the trio

February 22, 2017 To the editor: Ruane, Harrity and Denham have been on the job too long. Sadly, we can oust only one. Perhaps, you have noticed their full page ads and your mail box filled with their glossy brochures. more »»

Denham and Ruane have worked hard for water quality

February 22, 2017 To the editor: Over the past few years we have increasingly seen the impact that water quality issues have had on our quality of life and our economic well-being. more »»

Urge county to support 20/20 purchases

February 22, 2017 To the editor: Please write to the county commissioners reminding them that almost 83 percent of citizens voted to continue the 20/20 program. more »»

Kudos to BIG ARTS

February 22, 2017 To the editor: Kudos to BIG ARTS for what they brought to our island with their superb show of “100 Years of Broadway,” Feb. 1. more »»

A word to the wise

February 22, 2017 To the editor: A message to our Legislators —?The dangers of defunding Planned Parenthood The new U.S. more »»

More information, please

February 15, 2017 To the editor: Why aren’t the most powerful and widely viewed Southwest Florida news outlets covering the politics that are preventing the most effective solutions south of Lake Okeechobee from bein... more »»

Deep well is no solution

February 15, 2017 To the editor:  Your Feb. 3 article says that our state now favors pumping excess storm water down to an aquifer 3,000 feet below sea level. more »»



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