Council adopted resolution 2018-06 at the Council meeting on September 20, approving the land purchase along the Estero River. This is 62 acres of land on the northeast corner of Corkscrew Road and US 41 which extends north to Judeth Lane and east to the railroad tracks. This purchase is being conducted in response to residents’ requests to embrace Estero’s historic heritage and protect the environment.
Additional details will be available in the minutes of this meeting. Residents may also view the archived meeting by going to the Village website http://estero-fl.gov/council/watch-meetings-online/.
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