(Regarding the article in the Boca Beacon on September 28 titled, “Battle still being waged by GIBA over disclosure law”)
To the Editor:
Thank you for sending me your article on the GIBA financial disclosure issue. I wanted to take some time to provide you with some clarifying information, as the issue can get complicated and I’m sure you want to provide your readers with accurate information.
The 2012-13 hunting season is cranking up. But for the rest of us, I’d like to cover some things you should know regarding three hunting seasons that are just around the corner: muzzleloading gun, gray squirrel and the first phase of dove.
The Adult Respite Group had a great time this week! They were treated to an “Old Boca Grande Fish Fry” luncheon served in the Woman’s Club room.
Fresh mackerel was fried and served with hush puppies, cole slaw, baked beans and a delicious dessert. Every bite was enjoyed by all!
“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.
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