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New councilman appointed for Cape Coral District 6 seat

CAPE CORAL, Fla. – Keith Long will join the Cape Coral City Council, city officials confirmed Wednesday. The current council appointed Long to fulfill the remainder of the vacant District 6 Council seat, which expires in 2022. He will fill the council seat Rick Williams was originally in before resigning back in August for health reasons. Long is a life long resident of Cape Coral and currently works at Long Law in Fort Myers. The post New councilman appointed for Cape Coral District 6 seat appeared first on NBC2 News. NBC2 (WBBH-TV)

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New development project could begin in Cape Coral soon

CAPE CORAL, Fla. — The Cape Coral Community Redevelopment Agency will discuss the construction of a new parking garage and apartment building at 3 p.m. on Tuesday. Formerly dubbed “Project Hoosier,” the potential development in the Downtown redevelopment area is now referred to as “The Cape at 47th.” The mixed-use building would feature 280 apartment units, 18,000 sq/f ground floor commercial space, and a 525 space parking garage. If the project gets the green light, the CRA would contribute $10,350,000 to the construction of the parking garage and on-site utility...

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Cape Coral doctor part of COVID-19 vaccine ‘Disinformation Dozen’

CAPE CORAL, Fla.– With COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations increasing, health professionals want to make sure people are educated about the safety of vaccines instead of misinformation.  The New York Times recently published an article showing nearly two-thirds of all vaccine disinformation comes from 12 people. A study by the Center for Countering Digital Hate calls them the Disinformation Dozen. At the top of the list is Cape Coral-based Dr. Joseph Mercola. Mercola is active on social media and posting blog posts on his website, where some of his articles tout...

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Cubans take to streets in rare protests over lack of freedom & economy

(CNN) — Thousands of Cubans took to the streets in rare protests Sunday to complain about a lack of freedom and a worsening economic situation, according to protesters speaking to CNN and videos from multiple cities. Protesters were spotted in Golden Gate Estates and in Cape Coral among other cities in the world. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis tweeted his support Sunday afternoon. Florida supports the people of Cuba as they take to the streets against the tyrannical regime in Havana. The Cuban dictatorship has repressed the people of Cuba for decades & is now trying to silence...

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Lehigh Acres man found guilty after punching elderly man in road rage incident

FORT MYERS, Fla.– A Lehigh Acres man was found guilty on Thursday for Battery on a Person 65 or Older. The jury returned with a guilty verdict after Michael Angelo Campos’s two-day trial in Lee County. On July 3, Campos reportedly got out of his pick-up truck and swung at an elderly man who was sitting in his own vehicle. The incident was called in by a woman who witnessed the incident and got Campos’s license plate number. The responding Cape Coral law enforcement officer reported the victim had bruising and a cut underneath his eye. The victim said he was punched in the...

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Downed power lines at Cape Coral intersection cause thousands to lose power

CAPE CORAL, Fla. – The Cape Coral Police Department is on scene of downed power lines at the intersection of Hancock Parkway and Cultural Park Boulevard Wednesday night. All directions will be closed at the intersection for at least the next three to four hours. Police are asking drivers to avoid the area. According to an outage map from Lee County Electric Cooperative over 3,000 customers are without power as a result of the downed lines. LCEC said they are aware of the outage and will be responding. This is a developing story. The post Downed power lines at Cape Coral intersection...

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PHOTOS: Tropical Storm Elsa’s impact on Southwest Florida

SOUTHWEST FLORIDA – Tropical Storm Elsa is making its way north towards Florida’s Big Bend after swirling up Southwest Florida’s coast. Several areas of our community were left flooded by Elsa. Below is a compilation of the images NBC2 has gathered of what the storm left behind. CAPE CORAL SE 2nd Ave and SE 3rd TerAt Cape Coral Fire HeadquartersSW 28th PlaceNE 17th PlaceVeterans and Del Prado Beach Parkway Cape Coral police are advising drivers to stay home on Wednesday if it’s not absolutely necessary to be driving. CLICK HERE for a list released by the police department...

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List of flooded streets in Cape Coral

CAPE CORAL, Fla. — Officers with the Cape Coral Police Department are urging motorists to stay home unless it is necessary to venture out due to flooding in the city. Patrol officers are helping out drivers who got stuck in the water. Never drive through standing water. Don’t drown, TURN AROUND. Here’s a list of streets in Cape Coral that are flooded: The post List of flooded streets in Cape Coral appeared first on NBC2 News. NBC2 (WBBH-TV)

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Bulk trash on Cape Coral curbs at risk of becoming projectiles as Tropical Storm Elsa passes

LEE COUNTY, Fla. — Tropical Storm Elsa is expected to bring strong wind gusts to areas along the coast Tuesday. The powerful wind gusts could become a problem if you have neighbors with yard debris or garbage outside. In Cape Coral, many people were bringing in small items that could be blown away while others put out trash and debris that could become a projective if grabbed by the wind. “There is quite a bit of stuff out on the roadside there. It seems like it could pretty easily get pushed out by wind and into oncoming traffic for sure,” Lyn Douglas, a Cape Coral resident,...

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Cape Coral sets records for new, single-family home permits

CAPE CORAL, Fla. – As Cape Coral continues to grow, the city is setting records for the amount of new, single-family home permits.  For this fiscal year, the city just topped 3,000 new, single-family home permits with 407 new permits issued in June. A city spokesperson said it was the best month and best year in more than a decade, with three months left in the fiscal year.  “We have been extremely busy,” said Mark Steinberg, with Fremar Construction. “Lots of people are moving down to the area, it’s a desirable place to be.” Four of the homes topped $500,000...

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