Help Us Keep Estero Looking Beautiful The ECCL (as the adopting organization) is working with the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) to recruit and coordinate groups of volunteers to help clean an approximate four-mile section of Tamiami Trail. Including both sides of the highway, the section is located between the Vines entrance (Breckenridge Road) north of Walmart and south to Coconut Road. If you would like to see your business, school, or community associated with this important voluntary work to help keep Estero looking pristine for both those who live here and for our visitors, please get in touch with Julie Yellig at the following email address: ECCLHwy41@gmail.com Ensuring that our roads are free of litter will benefit the community in many ways: It will help to reduce the inclination for others to discard litter when the roadways are clean It will improve the area’s overall appeal: Encourages a “feel good” factor Encourages people to want to live in our area Indirectly improves home values Our first event will be this month, followed by one Saturday morning each month through April. These will be small planned groups of ten or so volunteers per event. For...
After three years of negotiation with Bonita’s Zoning and Planning Office and the Bonita Springs Council, London Bay Homes was given the “green light” at Wednesday’s (October 21st) council meeting to proceed with their Bayview development at the western end of Coconut...
Key Points from the ECCL's Monthly Meeting Report October 9th (Reporter Karen Katz) President Jim Gilmartin called the meeting to order and there followed a moment of silence for COVID-19 victims. Kyle Coleman, Estero Deputy Village Manager, spoke about the Estero...
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