To the Editor:
“Warn when passing” is now prominently stenciled on the GICIA’s Bike Path at crucial intervals, approximately every 200 yards. The project was completed on Saturday, Sept. 22, the work of Liam Hugger of Boca Grande (he is the grandson of Rick and Karen Hugger). Liam was assisted by volunteers from Boy Scout Troop 198 of Rotonda.
I am writing as an individual island resident and not in my capacity as a member of the board of the Gasparilla Island Bridge Authority. As I am sure everyone knows, there will be an item on the November 6 ballot concerning a proposed real estate tax levy to partially pay for the bridge replacements. There are a couple of matters that seem to need clarification.
Coastal Wildlife Club volunteers share sea turtle experiences with others as often as we can, and these encounters are always among our favorite memories.
If you’ve been in Englewood on Labor Day weekend in the past 53 years then you’ve seen Englewood pay homage to their pioneers. Over these years many organizations, clubs and businesses have rolled up their sleeves and gone to work to give thousends of spectators many hours of enjoyment with their families and friends.
I wanted to update everyone on my dad’s condition. We found out yesterday that he has had a setback in his recovery. The infection in his legs has returned and he will be gettng a PICC line put in Thursday.
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