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Southern hospitality?

January 4, 2017 To the editor: My wife and I vacation on the Gulf annually. We’ve enjoyed many visits to the various beaches on Sanibel and Captiva islands. more »»

Israel betrayed

January 4, 2017 To the editor: This week Obama betrayed our ally Israel and teamed up with the radical Palestinians in denouncing Israel in the United Nations Security Council. more »»

Council more concerned with business and the tourist industry than in our islands vision statement

December 28, 2016 The Sanibel City Council is promoting a $42 million Civic Core Project that will convert 13.5 acres of wetlands east of the library into walkways, buildings and a 529 to 600-car parking lo. more »»

Kindness on Periwinkle

December 28, 2016 To the editor: Tis’ a season of kindness and love. Let’s do some on Periwinkle. Start waving and saying a “Thanks” to all the traffic guards as you pass them. It’s not a job I would relish. more »»

Shell shocked, indeed

December 21, 2016 To the editor: (Art Stevens “Shell Shocked” column, Dec. more »»

Lost in paradise

December 21, 2016 To the editor: I was staying at the Sand Castle during Thanksgiving with relatives. Alone, one evening I walked too far and lost sight of my place. more »»

The Planning Department and Code Enforcement should not play favorites

December 21, 2016 To the editor: Why is there a double standard for the owners of the gargantuan Doc Ford’s and the rest of us on Sanibel? The owners, including City Council member Marty Harrity, have installed... more »»

Play for Pink 2016

December 14, 2016 To the editor: For those who missed this fabulous fundraising effort, the Dunes Women’s Golf Association, which held its annual Play for Pink tournament last Jan. more »»

Double dipping, pure and simple

December 14, 2016 To the editor: To the city — Please explain why former police chief Tomlinson has a two-year contract with the city to provide police services at an hourly rate of $75 per hour. more »»

Keeping the Civic Core Project moving forward

December 14, 2016 To the editor: I want to congratulate our Sanibel City Council for approving the two referendum questions which the community will consider next March, concerning the Civic Core Project. more »»

Pet owners, please take note

December 7, 2016 To the editor: Every year millions of dogs and cats lose their lives due to one disturbing factor and it’s one which has a cure at hand. more »»

The numbers tell the story

December 7, 2016 To the editor: A letter suggested that the Republicans “shut down our federal government for 8 years.” Perhaps history will tell another stor. more »»

Thank you all for your generosity

November 30, 2016 To the editor: Dear neighbors and friends, Amazingly we have donated over 10,000 pounds of turkey over the nine years of the Turkey Drop and Roll. more »»

Water Water two buckets and shutoff while brushing

November 30, 2016 To the editor: Clearly we have to become more responsible about water usage. As the Island fills up with snowbirds and more visitors, the demands on water during this drought will increas. more »»

Thanks for the calls

November 23, 2016 To the editor: Dear Republican friends, I very much appreciated your many enthusiastic phone calls this week. I am happy for you that Secretary Clinton lost and Donald Trump won. more »»

Trump not fit to be our president

November 23, 2016 To the editor: This week’s The Island Reporter features a story on the front page entitled “Sense of Hope Returns to Americans After Election.” Wow. Really? Because all I feel is hopelessness. more »»

An update, please

November 23, 2016 To the editor: We have been trying unsuccessfully to get a status of the sexual harassment issue on Sanibel. Inquiries to the city are ignored and not responded to. more »»

Parishioners stand behind Sanibel priest

November 23, 2016 To the editor: On behalf of the parishioners of St. more »»

The good old summer time

November 10, 2016 To the editor: Those of you, now returning from cooler climes, may think that during the summer our potentates on the City Council used their political influence to solve our water problems and to... more »»

Time for a change

November 3, 2016 To the editor: It was amazing to me that Sharon Harrington received 43 percent of the vote in the primary for the Lee County Board of Election Supervisor race. more »»

 
 

 

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