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Fri, 15 May 2015 17:28:

Collier Commissioner Nance to hold Town Hall, May 19

Collier Commissioner Nance to hold Town Hall, May 19 Collier County Commissioner Tim Nance, who represents Immokalee and Eastern Collier County on the county's lawmaking panel, will hold a Town Hall meeting May 19th.  The public gathering is set for 6 p.m. at the UF/IFAS Extension Service Center, 14700 Immokalee (next to the county fairgrounds).    Some of the subjects will include updates and information about: ·         Growth Planning/Economic Development/Opportunity Naples ·         Park and Recreation updates – Big Corkscrew Regional Park, ATV Park ·         Roads ? Widening Golden Gate Blvd, Limerock Roads, CR 951/White Blvd, SR29 ·         Updates on local projects – Shopping Centers


Tue, 05 May 2015 18:17:

CAT Bus offers $30 unlimited pass for students this summer!

CAT Bus offers $30 unlimited pass for students this summer! The CAT Bus, Collier County's public transportation system, is offering Collier students a $30 all-summer, unlimited riding pass in 2015.  And for adults - with students or not - a Summer 2015 pass will cost only $35.  It's called the Student Summer Paw Pass - get it? CAT Bus? Paw Pass? CAT stands for Collier Area Transit, of course, although everyone refers to the system as the CAT Bus.  To buy the passes, Immokalee students will need to catch one of the buses as they move around the community or visit the North Collier Government Center or the CAT Bus Transfer Station at the Collier County Government Complex in East Naples. 


Mon, 04 May 2015 15:24:

Applications going out for Immokalee's new Sweat Equity grant program!

Applications going out for Immokalee's new Sweat Equity grant program! The word is circulating, applications are going out for Immokalee's new Sweat Equity grant program - intended for business owner who want to spruce up the exterior of commercial spaces.  The Immokalee Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) won approval of the program two months ago and is now accepting applications and encouraging business owners to take advantage of it.  All improvements must meet the criteria listed below as well as the current requirements of the land development code, building code and any applicable zoning overlays. Improvements that remedy existing code enforcement violations also qualify if combined with other site improvement.  The CRA is funded by Tax Increment Financing (TIF), a capture of Collier County’s property taxes above t


Fri, 10 Apr 2015 15:44:

Immokalee property tax values, revenue increases

Immokalee property tax values, revenue increases For the first time in seven years the property tax values in Immokalee - and, therefore, revenues increased in 2014, according to Collier County tax collections.  The figures were reported earlier this week by Bradley Muckel, executive director of the Immokalee Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA), to the Collier County Commission sitting as the formal governing body of the Immokalee CRA.  The increase was a small one - jumping from $223,000 in 2013 to just $266,000 in 2014 - but significant given how hard hit Immokalee was by the Great Recession.  "Any sign of growth is a good thing," Muckel told the lawmakers.  However, he cautioned, those figures are only one-third of what they were prior to the recession when Immokalee tax revenues hovered


Mon, 06 Apr 2015 14:46:

Enterprise Zones headed for sunset.

Enterprise Zones headed for sunset. Unless something drastic happens in the second half of the Florida Legislature's 2015 session, it appears Enterprise Zones in Florida - including Immokalee's - will die a natural death at the end of the year.  Enterprise Zones offer the most cost-effective program in the Sunshine State for job creation, entrepreneurial encouragement and a ticket out of poverty for small businesses seeking to find a firm financial footing in today’s marketplace.  In Immokalee alone, its Enterprise Zone has provided over $200,000 in tax incentives and other assistance to nearly 20 businesses over the past decade.  Revived in 2005, the Enterprise Zone program in Florida is set to sunset at the end of 2015, meaning those tax incentives and other small business support will


Mon, 23 Mar 2015 19:24:

Immokalee Construction projects moving along on schedule.

Immokalee Construction projects moving along on schedule. Two major street projects are moving on - or ahead of - schedule in Immokalee.  The storm water drainage project at the western end of Immokalee Drive and the sidewalk construction project on Colorado Avenue will, when completed, make Immokalee a much drier and safer community.  The larger of two projects is the $2.1 million storm water drainage system, sidewalks and roadway improvements to Immokalee Drive, which began at North 16th Street and moved to the west. The second, which is primarily a pedestrian safety initiative, is a $500,000 drainage installation and sidewalk construction project along both sides of Colorado Avenue, from South First to South Ninth Streets in the vicinity of Pinecrest Elementary School.   Money for both projects came through Coll


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