The pedestrian walkover bridge that will connect the Margaritaville resort over Estero Boulevard will be installed Between the hours of midnight and 6AM Thursday night/Friday morning.
Sabal Drive resident Doug Eckmann is the newest member of the Fort Myers Beach Local Planning Agency. Eckmann fills the seat left vacant following the resignation of former LPA Chair Megan Heil.
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Through June of this year the town of Fort Myers Beach has collected just under $1.6 million in fines and parking revenue from residents and visitors. That 9 month total is already more than any full year of Beach and Street Patrol revenue dating back to 2013.
That's not a record to be proud of, being that the 2021 season ended with 5. The 2022 turtle season has another two months to go.
Of the 19 cases to be heard by Town of Fort Myers Beach Magistrate Myrnabelle Roche on August 18th, 10 of them are for turtle ordinance violations. Here's who made the naughty list.
With $9,840 raised in the month of July, Karen Woodson edged out Ray Murphy ($9,467) in campaign donations in the race for Fort Myers Beach town council. John King raised $1,325 in July while Patrick Romcoe didn't raise any money
Royal Scoop - the official ice cream of Beach Talk Radio - will host our second new candidate forum Friday, September 2nd. The event begins with a meet-and-greet at 5PM, the forum begins at 6PM. We'll have a live audience and the show will be broadcast on Facebook and YouTube. Reserve your spot HERE .
As you probably know by now The Island Cow restaurant on Sanibel was destroyed in an early morning fire this past Sunday. As owners Brian & Elke Podlasek work through the process of rebuilding their popular restaurant, they have set up a fundraiser for their employees. Their goal is $250,000.
Lee County Sheriff Deputies Rachael Armato and Shellie Tover were honored by the Fort Myers Beach Chamber of Commerce Thursday at the organization's member lunch hosted by Doc Ford's. U.S. Congressman Byron Donalds was the guest speaker.