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Monthly Archives: April 2015

Vehicle break-ins in Silverlakes on April 6

There was a small crime wave of sorts in Silverlakes on April 6, 2015. NBC-2 reports that several residents, including Robert Larson, told them that nearly a dozen vehicles were broken in to. The Lee County Sheriff’s Office has reports of six vehicles in...


The curious case of Margaret Fineberg

This article is more about politics than palm trees. As I continue to peel back the layers of the Gateway onion, I’m learning things both on my own and from conversations that I have with residents. It’s safe to say I’m starting to figure out...




Fineberg, Mann side with Gateway residents to save palm trees

It’s working. A group of Gateway residents have made it their mission to raise awareness of a plan to cut down dozens of Royal Palm trees at the north end of Gateway Boulevard as part of the process of transferring the road’s ownership to...



Gateway residents sound off on GSCDD plan to remove Royal Palms

It was the most well-attended Gateway Services Community Development District meeting of 2015. So many residents showed up to address the GSCDD’s unpopular plan to remove the Royal Palm trees that Operations Manager Scott Connell hid underneath his desk. (pictured above) Just kidding. There was...