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Monthly Archives: January 2015

RUMOR: New Publix for Gateway?

From the first day we began publishing we’ve been hearing from excited Gateway residents that a Publix was going to be built for our area. The Gateway Sun has searched through Lee County permit filings and other places to find proof but so far we’ve come up empty....


Gateway news digest for Jan 29, 2015

- A reader let us know that today (January 29, 2015) at 5:00pm at the GSCDD offices is a “Meet and Greet” for the candidates for the upcoming Gateway Greens HOA election. – LifeInGateway.com reports that February 1, 2015 is the deadline for the...


Over 250M cars with internet by 2020 says Gartner

If you’ve lived in Gateway for more than 24 hours, you’ve heard of Gartner. After a year of living here you’ve probably driven by their building on Gateway Boulevard a few hundred times, seen the new building they’re putting up, and a bunch of...


One conversation changed everything…

Chade Life was having his boat repaired when he noticed a gentleman who happened to be fixing some vinyl on somebody else’s boat. Life became curious and struck up a casual conversation with the man, and little did he know that discussion back in...


Gateway real estate transactions

The list below contains a list of Gateway residential real estate deed transfers recorded with Lee County, or information regarding residential sales provided directly from a Realtor. Sales from developers such as WCI are not included. They are sorted by the date of deed...


Food Runner names Nate Chapman the MVP for Sunday’s big game

Forget Tom Brady. Forget Richard Sherman. If you ask Florida Food Runner they’ll tell you Nate Chapman is already Gateway’s MVP for the big game this weekend. The Gateway-based restaurant delivery service has announced that everyone who orders this Sunday will have their $2.99...


Golf outing raised $12,000 for Gateway Gives

They’re too modest to say it themselves, so we’ll say it for them. The Gateway Gives Foundation 3rd Annual Charity Golf Tournament held on October 18, 2014 at the Gateway Golf & Country Club raised an impressive $12,000 for the organization, once again exceeding their...


ALL BIDS REJECTED: Potential $2.5M mistake by Luke Brothers

Mainscape lives to mow another day. In a dramatic turn of events at the Board of Supervisors meeting of the Gateway Services Community Development District on January 22, 2015, the board has tossed out all remaining bids for the lucrative Gateway Exterior Landscape Maintenance...