The Southwest Cape Coral Action Committee (SWCCAC) will use the strength of our collective voice to promote sensible policies and smart controlled growth on behalf of our residents. As our future continues to unfold, we need to remain watchful and vigorously engaged in the issues and developments that impact our community. Our success in shaping our evolving community is directly related to the strength, fortitude, and efforts of our united voice for our Southwest Community. Whenever and wherever we represent the SWCCAC to City, County, or State entities, our membership numbers are a critical component to the strength of our collective voice.
Three Lee County properties move closer to conservation, including Eden Oaks near Sanibel and a parcel near Cape Coral’s Four Mile Cove
Amy Bennett Williams, Fort Myers News-PressPublished 1:01 p.m. ET Jan. 15, 2020 | Updated 6:41 p.m. ET Jan. 15, 2020 Click to Read Full Article
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