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Volume 18, Number 37 By Islanders, For Islanders September 14, 2018 FREEFortMyersBeach.news Thanas Out As New Attorney 2018-19 Budget FireworksBy Gary Mooney gary@fortmyersbeach.news A divided Fort Myers Beach Town Attorney, effective Friday Council discussed the tentative Then during Thursdays Town Manager Roger Hernstadt consideration as the new Town Attorney as he does not have the would prefer to pursue the Towns When Council considered the new Town Attorney on Monday, along with authorizing a contract, Anita Cereceda stated that several Mayor Tracey Gore guy, but is not attuned to this type voted to select Thanas on August 20, while Butcher and Cereceda cast ballots to retain the outgoing Gore reiterated, We There are two other attorneys and Council can get their opinion countered Butcher, but they are who understands Florida law and this Town, no disrespect to this We have two people who, if this was a big deal, should have brought 4 1, with Cereceda Contd pg.8 Chief Matthew Love and members of the Fort Myers Beach Fire Department salute during the 9/11 Memorial Tuesday morning. More on pg.7 Photos by Sarah List. Fort Myers Miracle, 2018 Florida State League Champions, celebrate after winning the Championship Series in Daytona Monday night. Story on pg. 16Calusa Waterkeeper Speaks OutHope for Water QualityBy Gary Mooney gary@fortmyersbeach.news I would say that with respect to the cyanobacteria, holding together, so when you results indicate that it is still in over the Caloosahatchee River last Friday, however, and you probably a good thing in the shortcyanobacteria, at least for now, but any rain event that generates quality, as the increased runoff is a The Red Tide right now is Cassanis biggest concern: If it dissipate but there is Contd pg.10 Bay Harbour Hearing Concludes Decision in Several MonthsBy Gary Mooney gary@fortmyersbeach.news The controversial Bay 10, in Downtown Fort Myers, before August 16, to allow Bay Harbour Ruland, under the legal title of provide her with a ground-level plan to review, as well as to offer any Bay Harbour is requesting residential units, including 15 canaland 286 dry slips; 4,000-square-feet of civic space open to the public; and Contd pg.12 Council deliberates the proposed 2018-19 Town budget. Photo by Gary Mooney.

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Page 3 D A I L Y S pe c ial s O P E N A t 8 am BE S T BR E A K FA S T O n Th e Be ac h H A P P Y H O U R L I V E M U S I C N ig h t l y D I N E I n A ir -C ondit ione d C om for t BE S T S U N S E T V ie w ing O n FM B Ha ppy Hour O P E N D A I L Y 8 A M 1 A M$5 $5 Letters to the Editor ENOUGH IS ENOUGH The law of the land---easy enough to follow since its in print in our We had no control over that resort, but we do over the proposed Many are concerned with the adverse conditions this huge devel Fort Myers Beach RESPECT THE CHALLENGE news is that it has increased interest in Fort Myers Beach issues that have divide between people who have differing priorities and interpretation of Any Town Council legislative or quasi-judicial decision is subject Fort Myers Beach SCALE DOWN PROJECT Cntd pg.4

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Page 4 Beach Botanyby Jim RodwellSPANISH DAISY SNEEZEWEED This species tends to grow in Letters to the Editor, Continued from pg.3 this project Fort Myers BeachPULL TOGETHER that all the changes happening now and in the fore to understand that the only thing we can be assured Now to the bad: There is no doubt that FMB listing SW Florida and FMB to the top of their list of qualities that popular destina tion over the past with us or against us on this! Anthony Scopel Fort Myers BeachWE STAND FOR THE FLAG Foreign Wars veterans, we cannot and will not tolerate the disreRob Barnes Trustee 21ST CENTURY Margie Tirey Fort Myers BeachLetters contd pg. 5

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Page 5 By Gary Mooney gary@fortmyersbeach.news bunch of issues on the Fort Myers two topics, 17 wanted to discuss FMB Margaritaville legal situation, Letters to the Editor, Continued from pg.3 DINE ON FMB John and I are 40 year residents of the beach and wanted to do our part Fort Myers BeachWITHDRAW TPI LAWSUITS Why would she feel it is reasonable to request her fellow citizens ed area of dilapidated buildings, plus Margaritaville will bring jobs along Fort Myers Beach EITA Resumes Meeting Schedule Potpourri of Items in Group DiscussionBoulevard Construction and Local Catherine Wallace stated that Town to help residents understand the yet to set a date, she hopes they about water is it is turning into a is how do you avoid that and get the people; as a person who operates off anyone, because in season it is LETS DO IT! John Gucciardo felt that a on; what is the real situation and We need Council to do this sooner down for an hour or two! When we their own water quality testing, because while other agencies test the water way out there once-awater right here! Without testing, We need tangible activities through Bruce Butcher and to any watching tonight, that we want this audience shouted in unison: Lets GOOD NEWS / BAD NEWS / GOOD NEWS He called the two lawsuits to halt the Town approval and actually well as other details, Contd pg. 11

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Page 7 September 11 Memorial ed by the Fort Myers Beach Fire (Above) Fire Chief Matthew Love speaks at the 9/11 Memorial Service Tuesday. Driver Engineer Paul Russell, a member of the Honor Guard, is on the right. (Below) Members of the Fort Myers Beach Fire Department gather at the 9/11 Memorial located at Station 33. Vets Club of America The club raised $7,000 at the Food Bank Wednesdays Harry Chapin and volunteers ready the Harry ers Beach offering food and hope to those affected by the groceries are offered every receive free groceries people a Harry Chapin partner food

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Page 8 2018-19 Budget Fireworks, Contd from pg.1Against, over a concern that he 2018-19 BUDGET It would not be a Town Budget discussion without an stating her concern that the draft security, even though the Town $15,000 to go to the New Years plastic straw ban, and now other a great security presence today, since volunteer organizations pay Gore stated the Town budgets $16,500 for all New Years agreed, saying that staff would they should pay all cleanup costs, such as occurs with the annual no one steps up to sponsor New stand-alone event, adding that over the length of the island than Gore disagreed, This is what services to $10,000 that Council GOVERNMENT LITE Capital Budget, Finance Director Robert Lange stated that the budget, with Revenues and Fund of $510,560; Beach Access Recreational Center, Mound Butcher said he hoped, people appreciate why we need a cash reserve, because we were and the Red Tide crisis, without cutting services or being at the STICKERS STOP IT! are illegal and people are just doing this to start controversy, so stop it! but we are not tough enough, as I Cereceda said she wants the Town to host an education Nellies for the Island Hoppers Songwriters Fest; and a Lee point-of-contact for the new Short

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Page 9 Your Hometown Newspaper for over 18 years Missy Layeld, Editor Editor@fortmyersbeach.news Mike Buster Circulation Manager c/o Info@fortmyersbeach.news Mark List, Production ManagerProduction@fortmyersbeach.news Sarah List, Photographerinfo@fortmyersbeach.news Sandy Sandness, Advertisinginfo@fortmyersbeach.news The Island Sand PaperPHONES Oce: 239 4634461 FAX 855-886-3568 (toll-free) MAIL 450 Old San Carlos Blvd. Unit G-108 Ft. Myers Beach, Florida 33931 E-Mail Info@fortmyersbeach.news WEBSITE fortmyersbeach.news LETTER SUBMISSION POLICY COPYRIGHT 2000-2018 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.No parts of this newspaper may be copied or reproduced without the written permission of e Island Sand Paper. Editorial Bob Layeld, Publisher Publisher@fortmyersbeach.news Gary Mooney Lead Writer info@fortmyersbeach.news OFFICE HOURS MON-FRI 10AM-3PMSubject to change due to story assignments. CALL TO BE SURE! WATER QUALITY WHO DO YOU TRUST? In late July, our focus shifted to the Gulf as the Red Tide Those who are realizing that people dont want to vacation reading that Red Tide levels are registering in the High range on one wanting to enjoy the beach needs to be aware of not only how Editor

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Page 10 that we will have it straight through weather will hopefully neutralize it, but nobody can even guess In addition to water quality, cyanobacteria or the Red Tide, as study to draw any conclusions to not say upon what facts they base beach sand, as you can clean up under the present conditions, but TWO LAKE OS Caloosahatchee estuary, Cassani stated, and that just pushes our part of our water quality issues, the Caloosahatchee River watershed It could handle its own watershed water, though that also depends on As for what each of us can do individually to assist Caloosahatchee watershed, sadly We need our regulatory agencies to address these issues, through project, though the water we will be able to store there is just a drop Reservoir now under construction, but that is to release water only for the dry part of the year rather than storing a great deal during the research and support candidates who will not gut the Water conduct the necessary research the water they will store before its if you just hold all that water in nothing preventing Blue-Green that is a daunting and potentially Caloosahatchee is now designated the State should not contribute any so we really have no idea as to how LEAP OF FAITH Cassani still feels that because we neglected and did not Fortunately, there are several candidates on the Statewide whether they follow through with that once they are elected is the real test, so we have to vote under hotels, restaurants, bars, or election cycle left to repair water repeat of what we went through in there was no agency protecting our public health, Calusa Waterkeeper Speaks OutHope for Water Quality, Contd from pg.1John Cassani, Calusa Waterkeeper. Contd next pg.

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Page 11 EITA Resumes Meeting SchedulePotpourri of Items ... Contd from pg.7 are also proceeding with the offisland aspect of the project, by another hotel with shuttle service ahead with what we can control to He said the bad news is that FMB but the Town, and the Town the dots, it appears a rival resort property owner to withdraw her on the walls, and that is not who we the island, so that is good for all of COFFEE WITH FRIENDS Spuhler said Fort Myers out who are the litigants one or two best friends and you go over are lawsuits you cannot win, but they delay construction, so the threatened nearby hotelier can put These are not lawsuits to win, but to delay, delay, delay! Anyone who is her friend, we encourage you to please reach out, as this island in encouraged everyone to vote against the lawsuit by boycotting said: We dont want to be the Silent Majority but the Noisy Majority, and will invite the Fort Myers Beach Fire Control District candidates, to issues that everyone gets tired, Beverley Milligan, EITA Executive Director, meeting of the season held at Beach Baptist Church. Photo by Gary Mooney. response to these events, especially over cyanobacteria, because that is such a potentially Cassani, however, prefers to end on a positive: There are whether it is over the actions by the special interest groups, it should We still obviously have struggles Calusa Waterkeeper, Contd from pg.10

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Page 12 rfnttb bb rffn SALES CENTER OPEN DAILYtbbbr f f PRIVATE LABEL LIVING DEVELOPED BY r fntbrbbbb bbbtbtt bbbtb bbbbt tt bbtb b b bnb bb bb bbbb bb n f garage with 200 spots dedicated buildings 145-foot height; detailed representatives provided a video, VIDEO & POWERPOINT David Depew, of MorrisDepew Associates engineering and architecture, stated that the video Harbour, the approved but not yet and other previously approved We prepared this so you will see change San Carlos Island, and that is a very good thing! After few feet, the Gulf Star Marina project other approved buildings across These are all ongoing or approved, Depew presented the Bay Harbour revised conditions, in response to questions Collins had Beach, with at least three roundtrips daily, though we reserve the conjunction with Bay Harbour, to we cannot, we will continue service on the site and in the area around DOWN IN INK I have been with this project longer than everyone, since the property went through sales, plans, now through the current owners and this concept, so it has been a long process over quite a with designers and architects and a plan that is appropriate for this with water-related projects, and Bay Harbour Hearing Concludes Decision in Several Months, Contd from pg.1 A tree-line level depiction of the proposed Bay Harbour development.

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Page 13 facility without a residential and renovations that Bay Harbour with fresh eyes, and substantially off Main Street, the townhouses canal, and we include a public to what everybody said, including the Beach Area Civic Association He addressed the issue that San Carlos Islands historic use as Gulf Star is under construction, so protection, but Bay Harbour is on that, and will have no adverse effect industry, or the associated Federal County Staff agreed with that both In the past 7 years, Lee County but on San Carlos Island they went already there, through a good and sustainable project, so we request you approve Bay Harbour and send cases to decide prior to her review forward that on to the Lee County that will not occur yet for several Bay Harbour Hearing Concludes Decision in Several Months, Contd from pg.1 The proposed Bay Harbour development, from an overhead perspective.

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Page 14 5 0 T H A N N I V E R S A R Y B E A C H B A S H It's a New Day!

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Page 15 Outrigger Celebrates 50 Years Its a NEW Day! editor@fortmyersbeach.news iconic Fort Myers Beach resort, beach and dining destination, is turning 50 years old and theyre The north side of the resort was cho Del Mars original buildings is each January 1st to celebrate the reaus Guinness Word Record HuBoat House will be offering Buy Giveaways and plenty of fun can be THE OUTRIGGER THROUGH THE YEARS. Margaritaville Work Continues Beaches Gateway Village editor@fortmyersbeach.news Whats happening with thing about Red Tide, on the beach Council on May 21 following two public hearings and at least a year Myers Beach which consisted priing the approval on their social Robert Conidaris, owner of the Lani Kai Island Resort, began placing full page ads in area newspapers, peatedly called for local residents and invited residents to attend a possible legal challenges to the aptwo lawsuits challenging the down also represented by co-counsel Laura Howard and Stanford Solthe court to quash and reverse the The second, a civil action, gener Jewels building to the town and the towns swapping the site of the current Canal Street beach access for a larger access at the edge of the be declared void and that the town pay her legal fees plus any further WHEELS OF JUSTICE lenge is directed at the Town of Fort for and been granted the right to that they will have a voice at the taTown Council holds their scheduled to discuss the lawsuits, the Towns attorneys to discuss a vigorous deafter approval anyway, which enprivate lots and vacating the public the condition that they are effective on resolution of any legal challenges, but then wed be ready to lots and the vacation of the Canal Street access, but these have not We plan to have that building deas that is one of the conditions we er tenants in the project footprint other tenants had already found the building of the Margaritaville reboth legal actions would need to the courts, he was unable to guesRidge Road and east of San Carthe project was provided to Town ing with Lee County on design and Gucciardo said, and appreciate Preliminary drawing of the Beaches Gateway Village on Pine Ridge Road, an off-island staff housing component of the Margaritaville Resort..

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Page 16 Newspapers Relevant? Does Advertising Work?Island Sand Paper August Audience Stats Say Yes!August Facebook Posts mostly refer readers to website story and reached audience of over 89,000 August 2018 Print Issue Readers: 30,000 August 2018 Website Visits: 25,000 August 2018 Web Page Views: 110,954 Call us today to start planning a campaign to tell your story via ads in our newspaper, magazine, or website Call Sandy Advertising Manager 463-4461 Wed say thats pretty relevant for any month. WE ARE THE CHAMPIONS! Miracle Wins FSL Crown!By Gary Mooney gary@fortmyersbeach.news The Fort Myers Miracle, the the Daytona Tortugas, the North nati organization, for the 2018 FSL By capturing the crown, the Miracle capped off a rags-to-rich in the South Divisions 1st half, with turnaround corresponded with the Rapids, principally baseballs #1 old shortstop Royce Lewis, and the Twins 2016 #1 selection, 20-yearer huge Cedar Rapids call-ups included starting pitcher Brusdar Graterol, reliever Jovani Moran, 1st GAME #1 acles season-long starter, Charloaded the bases with one out, but who tagged out the runner trying to fashion they did two days prior, to clinch their 1st round playoff series Miranda followed with a long 2-run ilton singled, stole 2nd base and Barnes shut out Daytona through 7, with Moran entering in countering a bizarre set of obstaball, putting a runner on 1st base, in a run and leaving runners on 1st duced the leadoff hitter to pop up, dropped the ball as well, putting a in their Round #1 series sweep! GAME #2 gave their fans an enjoyable eve8 runs in the 1st! Lewis reached on an error, then Kirilloff doubled, putDaytona to the bullpen even before in Marnon threw the last two, BlanGAME #3 GAME #4 The late, great Harry Caray could not have said it better! led off with a single, then Lewis with 2 out, Costello launched a the 5th, with Kirilloff doubling, then then with two outs Designated Hitter Shane Carriers single drove in 2 to Ibandel Isabel, his record-setting Miracle until the Regular Seasons duced a 2nd to 1st doubleplay, setting off the celebration! THE SLUMP ing the playoffs, where they scored and continued that into the playoffs, then going just 6-of-26 in the playplayoff wins, with four separate reSee the Miracle hoist their Centennial Season!Miracle players head to the pitchers mound to celebrate their FSL title win.

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Page 17 editor@fortmyersbeach.news lic Budget Hearing on Monday, gave tentative approval to the district residents other than the Fire Chief Matthew Love provid ed a budget handout and noted that it is also available on the Fire Board Budget Tentative Approval SPECIAL FIRE MEETING During a Special Meeting held prior to the Budget Hearing Fire Engine 32, delivered to Station 32 in July 2018.

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Page 18 FREE FMB PARKING accesses and downtown are free Meters in county-owned lots on ing in those lots during the Island Hopper Songwriters Fest on Fort applies only to Town and County ISLAND HOPPER FESTThe 5th annual Island Hopper Songwriter Fest will begin on Sept 24-27 and wrapping up on FOOD BANK needed to help local residents faced with decreased earnings re TIP THE BILL the Bill Challenge to support our local restaurants and servers that #tipthebillFMBCC on the bill and that not everyone can afford to encouraged to tip what they can and try to patronize beach busi AUTHOR SPEAKS LAST CALL 4 SOFTBALL Calling all adults who love to play BONSAI SOCIETYThe Bonsai Society of SWFL will the Berne Davis Botanical Garden, strate how to construct a display using accent plants in preparation is invited and help with bonsai GULF COAST WRITERSHave you ever wished that life BEACH KIWANIS CLUBThe Fort Myers Beach Kiwanis Club invites anyone interested in Beach Kiwanis Club supports the of the causes the Beach Kiwanis supports each year are: Golisano tary School, Little League, Beach TURTLE TIME coozie for just $2 to support Turtle Lee County beaches, including POOL FUN A Publication of FortMyersBeach.news FREE rfntb ANNUAL FOOTBALL ISSUE www.FishTaleDining.comNow serving breakfast on Saturdays and Sundays from 8:00 am 11:00 am. Happy Hour from 11:00 am 6:00 pm dailyFish-Tale MarinaBehind Santini Marina Plaza7225 Estero Boulevard (239) 747-6500 LOCALS NIGHT is the place to be on Wednesday nights! Join us for half-priced drinks and $6 Marina Bites, along with our regular menu from 6:00 pm 9:00 pm. Bring your friends, meet your neighbors and enjoy a night of fun! Want to test your smarts & win prizes? Tuesday nights are trivia night in September at Fish-Tale Waterfront Dining beginning at 7:00 pm. Join us in the Tiki Bar for all the fun!

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Page 19 FORT MYERS BEACH REMAINING NESTS.................. 7 BONITA SPRINGS REMAINING NESTS.................. 18 Tour, pre-register MO, Sept 24 pre-registerMOUND HOUSEThe oldest standing structure on Fort Myers Beach with a histori grounds outside including an include: TU Sept 18 WE Sept 19 SA Sept 22 TU Sept 25 WE Sept 26 FR Sept 28 SA Sept 19 LOVERS KEY STATE PARK require registration, are free with WE Sept 19 FR Sept 21 Side FR Sept 28 GOVERNMENT MEETINGSMonday, 9/17 Tuesday, 9/18 Wednesday, 9/19 is a great place to cool off on hot The pool offers 7,000 square feet of cool, clear water, a lap pool with pool with play structure and plenty BRIDGE a bagged lunch and enjoy good CYPRESS LAKE 70S REUNION School Reunion is being planned in conjunction with a Restore Fort Myers Beach Arches fundraiser for while you help support fundraising ing arch pieces to be incorporated union or visit Restore Fort Myers WATER QUALITY LINKSSee what the latest water testing COASTAL CLEANUPThe annual Coastal Cleanup on FMB, sponsored by Keep Lee County Beautiful and the Fort My Beach School, Lovers Key State BEACH LIBRARYThe Fort Myers Beach Library is include: MO Sept 17 in 2018, pre-register TU Sept 18WE Sept 19 TH Sept 20

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Page 21 WHAT IS COMMUNITY COMICS Each week I draw a cartoon and put it up on my FB page (Mark List) on Saturday morning, and ask all my FB friends to contribute captions for the cartoon. I also ask that everyone vote for the ones they think are the funniest. The ones with the most Likes by Monday or Tuesday get printed in the funnies pages that week. We do it simply for the fun of it. Thats not the birdie I was wishing for! Stop your chirping Arnie. You knew the only way I could play today was if I babysit Eggburt. The pro called in sick, so Im winging it today. Go clean your balls elsewhere. Its bath time for junior. Sarah List

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Page 23 The Print Shop Inkhas moved to 19221 San Carlos Blvd!Between Sunnylands Trailer Court and the Sunoco gas station! Watch for our signs!239-463-7744 printshopfmb@gmail.com Candidate AnnouncementBob Raymond Seat 1 Fort Myers Beach Fire Board We will need a new Fire Station to replace the one on Donora as #OneLee Supports Beach Business Coastal Lee County Myers Beach are facing the worst are encouraged to use #onelee Saturday, these deals can be have been very challenging for Council and the Lee Board of and restaurants in support of the The Fort Myers Beach local business with a #TipTheBill, to the beach every Wednesday, on Fort Myers Beach is another ongoing food resource, open every

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Page 24 For all tides go to www.saltwatertides.com Tides Matanzas Pass Ft. Myers BeachDay High Tide Height Sunrise Moon Time % Moon /Low Time Feet Sunset Visible BEACH CLASSIFIEDSA Better Bugman LLC A Full Service Call Today for PEST CONTROL HANDY MAN HANDYMAN SERVICES FOR SMALL HOME REPAIRS Call EMMY THE HOME DOCTOR HANDYMAN SERVICE 239-233-2587 BEACH CLASSIFEDS $20 / WEEK $60 / 4 WEEKS 239-463-4461 HELP WANTED Help Wanted Outrigger Beach Resort Apply in person Fort Myers Beach FORT MYERS BEACH HANDYMAN Fan Installation New Lighting controls ANNUAL RENTALS ANNUAL RENTALS AVAILABLE NOW ROOM-MATE WANTED ROOM FOR RENT HELP WANTED Apply in person on Fort Myers Beach ANNUAL RENTAL Island Bay Marina FMB ANNUAL RENTAL Island Bay Marina FMB

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Page 26 Doors open at 5:00 PM. Beach Theater Water Conditions FMBSept 12, 2018 editor@fortmyersbeach.news Red Tide: vealed increased Red Tide (Karenia Tide was also found at low levels in test results showed no Red Tide in this Tide status report will be posted on FriThe Sanibel-Captiva Conser report noted Gulf, San Carlos Bay and Wildlife continues to suffer have been reported stranded or dead FMB beaches visited by the The Town of Fort Myers Beach and Lee County continue to clean the Cyanobacteria (Blue-Green Algae): Caloosahatchee Lock & Dam Flow: Summary : Red Tide has been found in Fort Myers Beach and in Lee County Red Tide and cyanobacteria along the Lee County coast and in the appear to be dropping, Red Tide levels distribution are dropping in the Caloo Beaches on Fort Myers Beach Residents and visitors are reports: Lee County Algae Status: September 12, 2018 FWC Red Tide map. Courtesy of FWC. Lynn Hall Park beach on September 12, 2018 at low tide. Lynn Hall Park beach on September 12, 2018 at low tide.

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Page 27 CLUB FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY THE WHALE 1249 Estero Blvd 463-5505 MEGAN ROSE 6-9PM TOMMY VAN OYEN 6-9PM ROGER YOUNG 6-9PM TYLER KLUSNER 6-9PM CASTAWAYS Santini Marina Plaza 463-4644 RELENTLESS FIRE 8-12PM ROCKER 8-MIDNIGHT ELECTRIC LIPSTICK 8-MIDNIGHT COTTAGE Gulfshore Grill 765-5440 STEVE FARST TRIO 9PM-1AM BAD BANDITOS 9-1AM TROUBLEMAKERS 9-1PM 3 CROOKED STEPS 9PM-1AM BAD BANDITOS 9PM-1AM STEVE FARST BAND 9PM-1AM THE NEW VINYLS 9PM-1AM DIXIE FISH CO. Fishermans Wharf 233-8837 MARK WESLEY 5:30PM-9:30PM SOME LITTLE FISH 5:30PM-9:30PM GIRL MEETS BOY 4PM TEQUILA TOM 5:30PM JEFF LYONS 5:30-8:30PM SAM DEARMOND 5:30PM DOC FORDS 708 Fishermans Whf. 765-9660 DEB AND THE DYNAMICS 1-4PM GIRL MEETS BOY 6:30-9:30PM KAPO KINGS 6:30-9:30PM MATANZAS on the BAY 414 Crescent 463-3838 SCOTTY BRYAN 12-5PM MARY WINNER 5-9PM DONNA LEE HOLMAN 12-5PM SAILOR LARRY 5-9PM SCOTTY BRYAN 5-9PM SAILOR LARRY 5-9PM PETE BEARD 5-9PM MARY WINNER 5-9PM NERVOUS NELLIES 1131 1st St 463-8077 KEVON 6-10PM KEVON 12-4pm SHAWN HUSTLE RUSSELL 6-10PM SMOKIN BILL 12-4PM HIGH TIDE 6-10PM JEFF JOHNSON 6-10 SMOKIN BILL 6-10PM MICHAEL ANTOINE 6-10PM RaSHIMBA BLOOM 6-10PM OUTRIGGER 6200 Estero Blvd 463-3131 ALAN SMALL 5-8 MEAGAN ROSE & SMOKIN BILL 2-5PM PRINCESS & SMALLTOWN 2-5PM MEAGAN ROSE 5-8PM ENDRE D 5-8PM TWO HANDS 5-8PM PARROT KEY Salty Sams Marina 463-3257 FRANK TORINO 7-10PM FRANK TORINO 7-10PM PETES TIME OUT Time Square 463-5900 DANIEL D 6-10PM DAVE ROJAS 6-10PM AARON SEYFERTH 6-10PM DAVE COLLATON 6-10PM JAMES GRAGG 6-10PM PIERSIDE BY TOWN PIER 765-7800 SHERRIN 1-5 JEFF WHIDBY 6-10 FRANK THOMPSON 1-5 6-10 FRANK THOMPSON 1-5 BILL ZINK 7-10 ANTHONY WAYNE 1-5 SHERRIN 6-10 BILL ZINK 1-5PM JEFFREY WHIDBY 6-10 BILL ZINK 1-5PM MARY WINNER 6-10PM BILL ZINK 1-5PM ANTHONY WAYNE 6-10PM SALTY CRAB 1154 Estero Blvd 233-8224 ANTHONY WAYNE 12-4 BERNIE HYLAND 4:30-8:30PM AWESOMESAUCE 1-5PM AARON SEYFFERTH 6-9PM JEFF GREENE 1-5PM SOBs Old San Carlos Blvs 463-3474 ANTHONY WAYNE 6-10PM WILL KAISER 6-10 LEE HAGAN 6-10PM WILL KAISER 6-10 ANTHONY WAYNE 6-10 FRANK THOMPSON 6-10 SHAWN RUSSELL 6-10 SUNSET BEACH FMB TIMES SQUARE 463-1028 BARRY 8-12PM JENNY V 1-5PM CLIVE LIVE 9PM BARRY 1-5PM CLIVE LIVE 8PM ACOUSTIC FIRE 6-9PM WHOS PLAYING WHERE ON AND AROUND THE BEACH Whos Playing Where Page is a free service for current Island Sand Paper Advertisers. ALL LISTINGS ARE SUPPLIED BY THE ADVERTISERS. ALL LISTINGS FOR THE MONTH ARE DUE ON THE 15TH OF THE PREVIOUS MONTH TO BE INCLUDED IN THE WHOS PLAYING WHERE. To qualify for listing, venue must have live music scheduled regularly on multiple days per week. CONTACT SANDY AT 463-4461 TO DISCUSS ADVERTISING OPTIONS!

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Page 28 rfnt rfntfnn rfntrb nnLive Music is Back! New Front Patio! rfntb rfntfb fnnr The Best Happy Houron the Beach!Mon Fri 2-5pm