Monday, June 27, 2005

from New Hampshire

Hi Mary,

Thank you for all your efforts.

I was truly devasted to read about the pending sale of the Cape Coral Golf Club.

I just closed on a condo at Banyan Trace on May 26, 2005. I first visited Cape Coral in March, renting a condo for a week. I

couldn't wait to go back. I especially liked the fact that the Southeast section of Cape Coral was an established residential neighborhood. When a unit at Banyan Trace became available, I jumped at the opportunity. It's on the first floor with a view of the 1st tee. I truly love it and was looking forward to spending my "golden years" there. I have invested all my savings. I believed that by being on the golf course, the property would surely appreciate in value.

Aside from the personal impact of this wrong decision, what about the destruction of the a historic landmark?

What about the environmental issues? What about traffic congestion, and road work? I can't believe that this is the only place to construct a new school. There is so much undeveloped land in the Northwest and Northeast sections of Cape Coral, why not built there, and bus the students.

Since I am back in New Hampshire now, I will not be able to attend this week's meeting. I will, however, try to attend

others. I will write letters, send e-mails, and make telephone calls to whomever necessary in order to prevent this
travesty from happening.

Dena Levy

4009 Palm Tree Blvd.
Cape Coral, Florida 33904

Dena Levy
3 Boulder Circle
Nashua, NH 03060