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Monthly Archives: April 2015



New Subway restaurant is owned by Gateway resident

As first reported by LifeInGateway.com, a new Subway restaurant will be opening at 12331 Towne Lake Boulevard in the near future. A reader told us they’ve seen equipment and fixtures that look like it would belong in a Subway in unit 10 of that...


Gateway Business Leaders chapter of BNI making quick progress

The initial core group of 21 local businesses has been set, and the Gateway Business Leaders chapter of Business Network International has begun its 6-week training period. If all goes according to plan the new BNI chapter will host its “Launch Party” on May 22, 2015....



Gateway’s Royal Palm trees will be removed in June

Well that was easy. After weeks of pressure, petitions, crowded meetings, passionate pleas, accusations and the bright lights from the cameras of the local news media – the Board of Supervisors of the Gateway Services Community Development District made it clear yesterday that the time...


New Recreation Manager should be tasked with increasing revenue

We already knew how much the Sherman Soccer Complex costs to operate. Now we know how much the venue is expected to bring in. The Gateway Services Community Development District believes $20,746.80 in revenue will be generated for the district from the soccer and flag...



HOW THEY GOT THERE: Each Supervisor’s path to the Board

The following is a brief description of how each of one of the Supervisors of the Gateway Services Community Development District got to their chair. Seat 1: Margaret Fineberg In the 2008 election, Dave Harley crushed Pete Doragh and Steve McDonnell. Harley resigned his...


Stoneybrook Master HOA President: ‘enough is enough’

The following is an email from Joe Mikulka, President of the Stoneybrook at Gateway Master HOA. It was sent on Friday, April 10, 2015. It is being published unedited and with Mikulka’s permission. The topic of the email is the Royal Palm tree relocation...