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Sanibel Charter Review Committee suggests keeping charter as is

February 7, 2018 Concluding its review of the four remaining articles today, the Sanibel Charter Review Committee voted to not make any recommendations to the city council for changes to the existing charte. more »»

UPDATE: Sanibel Public Library reopens following delay

February 7, 2018 UPDATE: The Sanibel Public Library reopened today, following about a week's delay due to various necessary permits and required inspections. Officials at the library confirmed that it opened at 9 a. more »»

City to allow BIG ARTS, possibly others to sell alcohol

February 6, 2018 The Sanibel City Council voted to approve an ordinance that allows performing arts centers and live performance theaters to sell alcohol without also being required to sell food. more »»

Mardi Gras: CHR to host 6th annual fundraiser

January 31, 2018 Get into the New Orleans spirit with games of chance, Louisiana-style entertainment and more — all on a “riverboat” — at Community Housing and Resources’ 6th Annual Mardi Gras Fundraiser. more »»

CROW rehabilitates, releases endangered snail kite

January 31, 2018 An injured snail kite taken in last month by the Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife was released back into the wild on Jan. 22 at the Harns Marsh Preserve in Lehigh Acres. Dr. more »»

Annual Arts and Crafts Fair planned at Center 4 Life

January 31, 2018 Dozens of local artists, crafters and even authors will take part this weekend in an annual event. The Center 4 Life will host its annual Arts and Crafts Fair on Feb. 3 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. more »»

Annual DDWS fundraiser to raise support for ‘Ding’ Darling

January 31, 2018 An upcoming fundraiser will provide attendees with an opportunity to bid on one-of-a-kind artwork and exciting excursions, all while supporting the islands’ wildlife refuge. more »»

Captive fire chief retires after decades of public service

January 31, 2018 With about three decades of public service under his belt, with the last six years spent overseeing the island agency, Fire Chief Rich Dickerson bid farewell to the Captiva Island Fire Control... more »»

‘101 Things to Do’ author to speak at Captiva Memorial Library

January 31, 2018 A recently published book on the dozens of known and not-so-known things to do on Captiva and Sanibel, as well as the surrounding areas, will be highlighted at the Captiva Memorial Library. more »»

Library closes as next phase of Your Library Reimagined set to kick off

January 26, 2018 The Sanibel Public Library closed earlier this week as staff and construction crews begin preparing for the second phase of the Your Library Reimagined project, which has a September completion dat. more »»

Sanibel council member appointed to Florida League of Cities committee

January 26, 2018 Sanibel City Councilwoman Holly Smith was recently appointed to serve on the Municipal Administration Legislative Policy Committee for the Florida League of Citie. more »»

Learn about the ocean through paddling excursions

January 26, 2018 news@breezenewspapers.com The Sanibel Sea School is offering an opportunity for individuals to experience the ocean in an intimate way through paddling excursions. more »»

Polar bears, penguins topics of Sanibel Sea School winter camps

January 26, 2018 Youth learned about polar bears and penguins during the winter camps at the Sanibel Sea School, which involved many activities to further teach them about the animals. more »»

Sanibel council member appointed to Florida League of Cities committee

January 24, 2018 Sanibel City Councilman Jason Maughan was recently appointed to serve on the Finance, Taxation and Personnel Legislative Policy Committee for the Florida League of Cities. more »»

Lee Health reports continued increase in number of flu cases

January 24, 2018 For the fourth week in a row, Lee Health has seen significant increases in flu. Dr. more »»

Planning commission supports variance for Lighthouse Way residence

January 23, 2018 The Sanibel Planning Commission approved a variance to the land development code for a home on Lighthouse Way during its recent meeting, which began with one of the commissioners resigning. more »»

UPDATE: 'Ding' Darling fully operational

January 23, 2018 UPDATE: Normal operations have resumed at the the J.N. “Ding” Darling National Wildlife Refuge following the three-day government shutdow. more »»

Sanibel Public Library to close in preparation for continuing renovation

January 19, 2018 The city of Sanibel reported today that the Sanibel Public Library is embarking on Phase II of the Your Library Reimagined project. more »»

Island Inn Road reopens to pedestrian, bicycle traffic

January 19, 2018 The city of Sanibel announced today that that the stretch of Island Inn Road immediately west of Tarpon Bay Road has been reopened for pedestrian and bicycle use only. more »»

Smith keeps seat on council; no special election required

January 16, 2018 One Sanibel City Council member will not have to vie to retain her seat in a special election. The city of Sanibel held a one-week qualifying period from Jan. 8 to Jan. more »»

 
 

 

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