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A lot is at stake, so please use your vote

In the spring of 2017 there was a lot of tension in the Stoneybrook community. Four out of the seven seats on the HOA board were up for election and the residents were demanding changes. While all four incumbents decided to run again, so...


Red Sox defeat Dodgers 8-4 in Game 1 of World Series

The Boston Red Sox are seeking their fourth World Series title in the modern baseball era after posting a 108-54 record in the regular season, then defeating the New York Yankees and Houston Astros to win the American League championship in 2018. The Red...



Brann campaign goes silent at an unusual time

With a little over two weeks remaining until the mid-term elections something unexpected has happened. Gateway Services District Seat 4 candidate Jim Brann has gone silent for a prolonged period. He’s fine, I believe and hope, since he was in attendance at the Board...


Take the Gateway Sun reader survey!

In 2016, this publication conducted a political poll to see where the two races stood during that election. The results were impressively accurate. Gateway Sun readers had their finger on the pulse of what was happening in Gateway. So this time around we’re expanding...



Fineberg announces endorsement of Guy and Banks

The following statement was published by Margaret Fineberg, Chairperson of the GSCDD. We are presenting her statement without comment. ——————————————— IMPORTANT ENDORSEMENT INFORMATION REGARDING GATEWAY SERVICES CDD ELECTIONS The Gateway Services CDD Board of Supervisors election is on the November 6, 2018 ballot. Whether...


LCSD staff present new details about the high school in board briefing

Not only is the Gateway community getting a new high school, but it’s also getting a hurricane shelter. Lee County Emergency Management will be paying $750,000 towards upgrading the new school’s yet-to-be-built gymnasium so that it may be used as an emergency shelter for...



Tinkle denounces GSA and GFFL endorsements

Last night, Supervisor Ed Tinkle took to social media to voice his opposition to the Gateway Soccer Association and Gateway Flag Football League’s decision to endorse Vice-Chairman Bill Guy and Supervisor Doug Banks in the upcoming Gateway District elections. Tinkle wrote: “Their (the Leagues)...