GPICA Still Disputes Woodstock Airport

Update:

Recently a memo was distributed to members of the Greater Pine Island Civic Association that provided misleading and, in some cases, blatantly false statements and accusations against the Lee County Mosquito Control District (LCMCD). The following are direct responses from LCMCD to these accusations.

ClamJam of Southwest Florida Seafood & Music Festival 2019

Two full days of Fun, Arts & Craft Vendors, Fresh Local Clams & Seafood and other Great Foods. Two full days of Live Music, Games and Rides and Contests. The Annual Event will be held on Saturday, January 26th, from 10 am to 7 pm and Sunday, January 27th. from 10 am to 5 pm.

3 Vehicle Accident Near Stringfellow & Lolly

UPDATED:  At approximately 4:30pm, 8-24-18, there was a three vehicle involved accident. Impact occurred near Stringfellow & Lolly roads. Original report of a rollover turned out to be incorrect. The ambulance transported at least one person to the Cape Coral Hospital. A white Nissan destroyed its front end after impacting a Dodge 4x4 and a pickup truck.

Bokeelia Man First in Lee County to Have Firearms Confiscated

Rickey Dewel Beaty, 59, of Bokeelia is the first person in Lee County to have his firearms confiscated under the new "Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Public Safety Act" enacted by the Florida legislature and signed by Governor Scott, Mar 9, 2018 after thousands of high school students marched and protested around the country in favor of the new law. A petition for risk protection order against Beaty was sought by the Sheriff's Dept.

Mosquito Control District's Motion to Dismiss Granted - The Airport is Still an Airport

The complaint in Lee County Circuit Court against Lee County Mosquito Control District's use and purchase of the Woodstock airport in St. James City by plaintiffs; Williams. Peratino, Jamie M.Saunders, Debbie Memoli, Claudia Bringe And Joseph T. Scaccio, was dismissed May 24th, 2018.

LCMCD Awaiting Judge’s Decision - Drone Program Begins

The Lee County Mosquito Control District is currently awaiting a judge’s decision on the lawsuit that was filed regarding the County’s determination of Woodstock-FL86 airport use. The District currently has a six month lease on the airport, with an option to renew for another six months. While waiting for the judge’s decision, the lease allows the District to conduct an assessment on the infrastructure, determine engineering requirements, formulate an LDO, (Limited Development Order) and begin the permitting process.

Pine Island - Matlacha Inc. Not On 2018 Ballot; Lawsuit Must First Be Resolved

On September 28, 2017 Florida's State Representative met with Noel Andress, Roger Wood and Michael Dreikhorn from the Greater Pine Island Civic Association along with their consultant, Joe Mazurkiewicz of BJM Consulting, and made the first request for an incorporation bill;   UPDATE

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