If your into sport shooting then Cecil M. Web is the very best in SW Florida for rifles, pistols, and shotguns. This outdoor range was built with public funds through the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation’s “Hunter Safety” Program. It is intended for student training who are enrolled in their program as well as general public target shooters at all skill levels. The general public is welcome to use the facility which is monitored and supervised by the Florida Fish and Wildlife officers. The range is open during daylight hours only. …continue
The premier city owned public Coal Oaks golf course has just turned 25 years old and still very much a desired attraction for golfers. Coral Oaks is an 18 hole, Arthur Hills designed championship course that was built within a century old oak hammock. The course itself boasts large greens, contoured fairways, and rich natural surroundings. There are 8 lakes and 37 bunkers on the course…..making it entertaining as well as challenging for golfers of all skill levels.
To celebrate its 25th Anniversary, the course is offering a 4 month package of unheard of pricing. …continue
Just released is the the much awaited report on growth here in our Lee County. Everyone has been holding their breath on this one, and the news was just posted today.
For the second straight year, Cape Coral has led Lee County for increases in its property values, after 6 years of negative growth during the years of 2006-2011. …continue
Just posted on June 6th is the much anticipated news about our local construction industry. For many month’s now we have seen a small but steady upswing in the number of single family home permits being pulled by builders in our Lee County.
Here is the best news yet! …continue
Yup……..its that time again. Hurricane season started on June 1st and will run till November 30th. Its now time to make sure you have your needed items in the event we have a storm headed our way or if your going to be relocating new to our area during this period……read carefully!
First thing your going to need is a plastic water proof storage tub. In the event you need to evacuate, you don’t have to go around collecting things, just pack it into the car and go……plus off season its a way to store your items for next year.
Once you have the storage tub, its time to consider what goes in it!
Flashlights. You will need one of the small pocket sized flashlights for every member of the family. They are small enough to carry in a pocket, and for use when walking around in the home in the dark…..especially when going to the bathroom and around furniture. You should have a larger 9 volt flashlight on hand, plus we have a battery lantern to use on the dining room table for meals in the dark. Remember, power poles are some of the first things to be destroyed in a hurricane, so don’t scrimp on the number of flashlights to have around. Don’t forget the extra batteries. When you see yourself in the “Cone” on the TV, its to late, WalMart will be sold out. …continue