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The Estero Council of Community Leaders (ECCL) is a network of communities and organizations working together to serve as the “Voice of the People” to advocate for positive change. Because there is strength in numbers and no Sunshine Law restrictions, the ECCL can openly address and affect the outcome of both challenges and opportunities facing our communities.
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Check out the awesome Virtual Gala held for Junior Achievement on April 24th! “Breaking Par at Grandezza” Was Held Friday, April 24th“Today is survival. Tomorrow will be a success, then a Celebration”. Unfortunately, COVID-19 forced us to postpone one of Junior...
The content of a number of recent communications from London Bay Homes regarding the development proposals being planned for the former Weeks Fishing Camp at the western end of Coconut Road appears to be a “slap in the face” for residents of South Lee and Collier...
The ECCL has announced the appointment of Mary Jo MacLaughlin, as Chairperson of its Health Council, that advocates for health and healthcare initiatives on behalf of the residents of Estero and surrounding communities. MacLaughlin is a highly experienced management...
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Volunteer or donate supplies to the Junior Achievement 2-5-8 Graduate program which teaches economic literacy at all stages of education.
Protect the DR/GR from new mines
Tell legislators to oppose unnecessary mining and to protect water quality for Lee County.
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