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Monthly Archives: September 2015


Gateway Commons Pool user fees proposed by Senior

Pools are expensive. And since Gateway will be facing financial issues unlike this community has ever seen with the Lake Bank Restoration Project, the Gateway Services Community Development District will have to evaluate every area of its operation to see where it can save money. That includes...


Great turnout for Gateway Griffins breakfast fundraiser

The Gateway Griffins high school football team hosted breakfast at Stevie Tomato’s Sports Page restaurant in Fort Myers on Saturday, September 26th. All you can eat bacon, eggs, pancakes and toast was available for $10 per person, with a portion of the proceeds going...


Tinkle: We’ve got a two-headed monster here

The harder you look for problems, the more problems you’re going to find. Just as many people have feared, Gateway’s lakes are proving to have more issues than were initially suspected. “We have a two-headed monster here, and I think this last month we’re...


Gateway resident Mike Zaleski has entered the race for Lee County Sheriff

A former Detective with the Lee County Sheriff’s Office who lives in Gateway has entered the race to become the county’s next Sheriff. Stoneybrook resident Mike Zaleski announced his candidacy earlier this week according to LeeElections.com. Prior to moving to Southwest Florida, Zaleski also...





Utility Director ‘rather upset’ about missing or stolen equipment

We’re trying to find out what has Ivan Velez, who serves as Gateway’s Utility Director, “rather upset” with Fortiline Waterworks. Velez made the comment at last Thursday’s meeting of the Board of Supervisors, and then proceeded to complain that there’s some equipment missing that...