Although there is still no news on the DR Horton front as they have still not filed for land use or other approvals, there are a few things going on that you may be interested in knowing about.
First, we just learned that the Cape Coral Master Parks plan is on the subject of a city council workshop tonight, November 9 at 4:30 at city hall. The city’s consultant will review their findings. Although it does not directly involve the golf course, it is certainly closely related to our interest in maintaining the Parks and Recreation land use designation of the golf course. The consultant’s presentation materials can be found at http://www.capecoral.net/department/clerk/agendas_and_videos.php. Just click on the November 9, 2016 meeting to download the presentation. You are encouraged to attend this important meeting.
Second, on Tuesday, November 15 from 5:00 – 8:00 there is a special event focusing on the future of Cape Coral called Catch the Vision. One of the hot spots in the Cape they will be covering is the old Golf and Tennis Club property. The event is hosted by the Chamber of Commerce and tickets are $10. You can learn more or buy tickets at http://www.catchthevisioncapecoral.com/.
Lastly, also on the evening of Tuesday November 15, Save Our Recreation will be speaking at the Cape Coral Friends of Wildlife meeting. Barth Wolf will be providing an overview of the golf course property, from past through present. The meeting is at 7:00 pm at the Rotary Park Environmental Center.