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The Estero Council of Community Leaders depends on membership fees and donations from citizens. If you would like to support the ECCL and our initiatives, like the Responsible Growth Management Coalition’s lawsuit challenging the County’s approval of intensive housing development in the environmentally sensitive and resource rich DR/GR area in Southeast Lee County, please write a check made out to the Estero Council of Community Leaders and mail it to:
Estero Council of Community Leaders
P.O. Box 424
Estero, Florida 33929
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Public Participation Needed
Every five years the Lee County Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) is required by Federal law to update their Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP). This update covers the period from now to 2040, thus it is call the 2040 Plan. Once adopted by the MPO in December only projects included in the 2040 Plan can beRead more
Your Chance to Stop Large Scale Housing Development Along Corkscrew Road in the Density Reduction/ Groundwater Resource Area in Eastern Estero Update: On August 19, the Lee County Board of County Commissioners approved the Comprehensive Plan Amendment for Corkscrew Farms. This allowed the project to continue proceeding through the county’s planning process. The next step theRead more
What’s at Stake: The possibility of having a full hospital in Estero What We Need: Residents to attend the Design Review Board meeting or, failing that, to email the board members When: Wednesday, April 26 at 5:30 p.m. Where: Estero Council Chambers (map) Email: Send a Message Three years ago when Lee Health (formerly LeeRead more