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Monthly Archives: April 2016


Construction resumes at Gateway Quick Mart

After nearly one year of inactivity, work has resumed at the Gateway Quick Mart. Located at 12331 Towne Lake Drive in units 10 and 11, the Quick Mart is owned by the same group that owns the Subway restaurant next door. In August 2015,...



Lee County Sheriff Mike Scott’s message to Gateway residents

EDITOR’S NOTE: The position of Lee County Sheriff is up for election in November 2016. Sheriff Mike Scott, along with challengers Stephanie Eller and James Didio have written messages to the residents of Gateway, with the goal of helping you to get to know...


Bannister resigns from Gateway Golf & Country Club

The Gateway Golf & Country Club will be seeking a new Director of Membership Marketing, but they won’t be hiring anybody until September. Justin Bannister, who held that position, apparently resigned with last Friday being his final day on the job. The GG&CC has seen its membership levels shrink drastically in recent...


Former Navy engineer George Huskamp announces his candidacy for Supervisor

A third candidate has emerged to full the vacant seat of the Board of Supervisors of the Gateway Services Community Development District. Pinecrest resident and former Navy engineer George Huskamp announced his candidacy, joining Stoneybrook resident Doug Banks and Gateway Greens resident Delores Linscott....



Alta employees raise $4,200 for MDA

Most days, the staff at Alta Resources at 12600 Gateway Boulevard are helping people find health insurance plans. But earlier this month, the group took a break from those tasks to have some fun for a good cause. In an employee event benefiting the...


Banks’ popularity creates political dilemma for Supervisors

Mark my words: Doug Banks will be on the Board of Supervisors in 2016. The only question is whether Banks will chosen at an upcoming GSCDD meeting by the four remaining Supervisor to fill the vacancy created when Rod Senior resigned from the board,...