Council will start their meeting at 5:30 p.m., Wednesday, reviewing the interlocal agreement which reimburses Estero for sheriff patrol services on the Estero River which are provided by the Lee County Sheriff’s Office.
Other topics include a mechanism for the Village of Estero to receive reimbursement for expenditures made in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, first reading of resolutions addressing the 2020-2021 tentative budget and ad valorem taxes, and a second reading of the Village of Estero special assessment ordinance.
The agenda is available here: https://estero-fl.gov/agendas/
The following options are available for residents to view and/or participate in the meeting:
- View the meeting online, but not participate: You may watch the meeting via the Village of Estero website link: https://estero-fl.gov/council/watch-meetings-online/.
- View the meeting online as indicated above and provide public comment during the meeting by utilizing the eComment Card feature on the Village website: https://estero-fl.gov/ecomment-cards/. Please fill out all required information. Comments received during the agenda item being discussed will be read into the record.
- The Council Chambers will be available for public comment, in accordance with social distancing orders. Participants are recommended to wear their own-supplied mask.
For additional information or for special assistance prior to the meeting, please contact Carol Sacco, Executive Assistant, firstname.lastname@example.org or 239-221-5035.
Council meetings are held at 9401 Corkscrew Palms Blvd., near the entrance to the Estero Community Park.