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City of Fort Myers Releases 2023 Popular Annual Financial Report

City of Fort Myers Releases 2023 Popular Annual Financial Report FORT MYERS, Fla. (July 22, 2024) – The City of Fort Myers has recently released the first City Popular Annual Financial Report (PAFR) for the fiscal year ended September 30, 2023. The PAFR is a 12-page overview of the previously published 267-page Annual Comprehensive Financial…

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City of Fort Myers Releases 2023 Popular Annual Financial Report

City of Fort Myers Releases 2023 Popular Annual Financial Report

FORT MYERS, Fla. (July 22, 2024) – The City of Fort Myers has recently released the first City Popular Annual Financial Report (PAFR) for the fiscal year ended September 30, 2023. The PAFR is a 12-page overview of the previously published 267-page Annual Comprehensive Financial Report (ACFR) detailing audited financial statements and City projects and operations.

The Government Finance Officers Association established the PAFR program in 1991 with the purpose of encouraging governments to extract information from the ACFR to produce financial information that is concise and easy to understand. Following the fiscal year 2022-2023 strategic plan, the City’s PAFR summarizes and simplifies the municipality’s statistical, economic and financial health and outlook, while highlighting revenue, expenses and other information about the local economy.

“The goal of this report is to increase public awareness of City government functions and provide clear accounting of how taxpayer dollars are being spent,” said City of Fort Myers Mayor Kevin Anderson. “We’re thrilled to share that we’re fiscally strong with reserves, allowing the mill levy rate to drop from 8.7760 in 2014 to 6.6999 in 2023, which reduces the tax burden for Fort Myers residents.”

The City of Fort Myers encourages residents, visitors and community stakeholders to review the PAFR for insight into the City’s financial activities, notable accomplishments and progress across departments based on key municipal initiatives and goals.

To review the City’s PAFR, please visit www.cityftmyers.com/PAFR. The full ACFR can be found at www.cityftmyers.com/ACFR.

About the City of Fort Myers
Incorporated in 1886, the City of Fort Myers is committed to providing exceptional municipal services to residents, businesses and visitors in a fiscally responsible manner while preserving the City’s rich history, diverse culture and charming lifestyle. To carry out its mission, the City of Fort Myers strives to provide economic opportunity, personal growth and a high quality of life surrounded by a beautiful natural environment, while fostering an atmosphere where citizens and businesses can thrive. To learn more and get involved, visit www.cityftmyers.com.

What is Happening this Week at FGCU Academy?

Hundreds of lectures. Knowledgeable instructors.  Join us in-person at one of our 19 locations or participate online.           JUNE - SEPTEMBER 2024 PROGRAM REGISTRATION IS NOW AVAILABLE ONLINE OR VIA PHONE   Keep your mind active and engaged! Register for a lecture with FGCU Academy!   We begin the week with…

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Hundreds of lectures. Knowledgeable instructors. 
Join us in-person at one of our 19 locations
or participate online.

         

JUNE – SEPTEMBER 2024 PROGRAM REGISTRATION
IS NOW AVAILABLE ONLINE OR VIA PHONE  

Keep your mind active and engaged!
Register for a lecture with FGCU Academy!  

We begin the week with Frank Berna teaching us how to take Great Travel Pictures. 
We end our week with lectures on Foreign Policy proceedings, with Jeffrey Stein-
berg, or an update on Mishandling Classified Documents – Disparate Treatment?
with Thomas Eastwood. And in between we have technology, space, a foreign movie,
and a lecture on How NOT to read the Hebrew Bible (aka Old Testament) with Dr.
Roth We seem to have something for everyone this week.  

View our Featured Lectures for this week and our Week of sections below to see all
that is happening.  

2025 International Travel – Scroll down to view our travel section to see the excit-
ing line-up we have for you.  

We are featuring a trip to Cuba in March – plan now to join us for this life-changing
and exciting experience as you view this enigmatic island through the eyes of its
people.  

VIEW SUMMER PROGRAM GUIDE HERE  

REGISTER FOR SUMMER COURSES HERE  

Call our office for assistance with your registrations at 239.434.4737.  

Day Trip


Ringling Museum of Art and Circus  

August 15 | 8am – 7pm, Thursday  

Sarasota  

Tickets are selling fast. Get yours now before they sell out.
Limited to 20 people total.


Ringling’s vision to create a world-class art museum was realized with the creation
of the Museum of Art’s original 21 galleries where they have been wowing visitors
ever since with a stunning array of European art from the medieval period to the
19th century. Your day includes admission to the Art Museum – where you will be-
gin with a docent led private tour, The Circus Museum and Bayfront Gardens, a box
lunch as well as a seat at the Summer Spectacular Show which showcases some of
the most thrilling circus artists from around the world in performances that will enter-
tain and delight audiences of all ages. Departure information will be emailed 3 days
prior to the trip. Itineraries are subject to change. No refunds within 10 business
days of departure.  

Featured Lectures  

Frank Berna’s class below – Travel Photography is a great class to learn about
taking great pictures. While it is geared toward using a digital camera, many of
the applications can be applied to a cell phone camera too. This would be a

great class to get your feet wet in digital photography  


Travel Photography  

July 22 | 9:30 – 12:30pm, Monday  

Naples Center / Online via Zoom  

Presented by Frank Berna  

Travel photography expresses the feeling of a time and place, portrays a land, its
people, or a culture and has no geographical limitations. Our photographs need
to bring the sensations of sight, sound and smell back, to trigger our memories,
and to communicate how we felt to others. To do this, we need to think and feel
as much as look when setting out to make photographs. Learn how to create the
images that others have only seen in magazines.


Pages Word Processor for the iPhone/iPad/Mac  

July 23 | 10:30 – 12pm, Tuesday  

Online via Zoom  

Presented by John Guerra  

Create gorgeous documents in minutes with the Pages word processor
for iPhone/iPad/Mac. A word processor that is easy end user-friendly to
instantly create beautiful reports, resumes, posters and more or use a
blank document and create your own design. Easily add images, movies,
audio, charts and shapes and use comments, change tracking and high-
lights to review your work. With iCloud, your documents are kept up to
date across all your devices. And with real-time collaboration, you can
work together at the same time with others, even on a PC. This class
presumes you are familiar with using an iPhone/iPad/Mac.      


Double Feature with Jeffrey Steinberg
Thursday afternoon and Friday morning


You can participate in -person or online
from the comfort of your own home



A Republic If You Can Keep It: America at a Crossroads
 
July 25 | 1:30 – 3pm, Thursday  

Naples Center / Online via Zoom  

Presented by Jeffrey Steinberg  

With so much attention and angst focused on the 2024 presidential election and
concerns about the continued viability of our system of government, this lecture
looks back on the Constitutional convention, the ratification debate, and the
amendments to give historical context to the current situation.


Changing Dynamics in the Middle East  

July 26 | 10 – 11:30am, Friday  

Naples Center / Online via Zoom  

Presented by Jeffrey Steinberg  

The Middle East is a melting pot of religions, tribes, political movements and nation
-states carved out of the collapse of the Ottoman Empire. It is a region going through
tectonic changes: The Abraham Accords linking Arab states with Israel, the challenge
of a nuclear Iran, the rise of China and Russia as leading outside players challenging
the once-dominant U.S. regional role. Join a 40-year national security affairs analyst
as he dissects and analyzes these new dynamics and what may emerge.



Mishandling Classified Documents – Disparate Treatment?  

July 26 | 10:30 – 12pm, Friday
 
Naples Center / Online via Zoom  

Presented by Tom Eastwood  

Join a retired special agent in a candid, non-partisan review of the legal case against
Donald Trump for allegedly mishandling classified information. Legal issues and top-
ics include: allegations and charges; precedent; selective prosecution; disparate treat-
ment; comparison to Clinton and Biden; obstruction of justice; was politics a factor;
was he negligent; is prosecution warranted; and the FBI raid at Mar-a-Lago.  

Week of July 22 – 26  

Monday July 22
How NOT to read the Hebrew Bible (aka Old Testament)
UAP – Unidentified Aerial Phenomena  

Wednesday July 24
Computer and Internet Security for Desktops, Laptops, Phones and Tablets  

Thursday July 25
The Rise and Fall and Reinvention of Globalization  

Friday July 26
Russian-American Paradox      

Summer Films 2024    

International Film Tuesday @ Moorings Park Grande Lake  

Join us for an afternoon at the movies followed by discussion. Moorings Park
Grande Lake is a beautiful facility with a very comfortable theater to view
the movie.  

Advance Registrations Only.  

 
Monster (Japan, 2023, Drama, Rated PG, 126 min)  

July 23 | 2pm  

Moorings Park Grande Lake  

A mother demands answers from teacher when her son
begins acting strangely.  


2025 Featured Trip to Cuba



Cuba: Art, Culture & History In
Support of the Cuban People  

March 3 – 9, 2025  

Traveling to Cuba has been described as
“life-changing.”   

Secure Your Spot Now!…Don’t Miss Out on
this Wonderful Opportunity!  

Although just 90-miles from the U.S., Cuba remains a mystery to most Americans.
On this in-depth, six night program travelers will experience this enigmatic island
through the eyes of its people.  

Discover Trinidad Cien Fuegos and Havana during specially-arranged meetings.  

Explore captivating Cuba, with privileged access to the country’s arts community
and experts.  

Savor Cuban cuisine en vogue paladares and get to know our warm and hospitable
neighbors to the south!  

• Engage with Cuba’s leading creators in exclusive gatherings, with intimate dis-
cussions at the homes and studios of artists, a private rehearsal at a famous dance
company, and phenomenal evenings of art and music.  

• Celebrate and mingle with fellow travelers at exclusive receptions, including an
after-tours tour at the dazzling Ceramics Museum and a cocktail reception with a
sumptuous dinner in the company of the President of The Ludwig Foundation of
Cuba.  

• Meet the thought leaders who are shaping Cuban society, including the former
Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs, who will share profound insights on Cuban
politics.  

VIEW BROCHURE    


Travel with FGCU Academy

 

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2024 Travel Open House Presentation

 
Southern Italy & Sicily
September 4-18, 2024  
15 days for $6,674  

View Brochure

 
Southeast Asia Odysseys
October 31-November 18, 2024 
19 days for $7,597  

View Brochure

 
Sensations of Lyon & Provence
2024 River Cruise
September 17 – 28, 2024
12 days from $5,469
 
View Brochure

 
Jewels of the Rhine
2024 River Cruise
September 20 – 30, 2024
11 days from $4,925   

View Brochure  

2025 TRAVEL PROGRAMS

 
Natural Treasures of Indonesia,
Borneo & Taiwan Yacht Cruise

Departure: April 1, 2025  

View Brochure  

View Video Presentation

 
Northern Italy: From the Alps
to the Adriatic

Departure August 20, 2025  

View Brochure

 
Journey Through Central Europe
Departure: August 30, 2025
 
View Brochure

 
Insider’s Japan
Departure September 8, 2025  

View Brochure

 
Paradores and Pousadas: Portugal & Spain
Departure: September 15, 2025
 
View Brochure

 
Machu Picchu to the Galapagos
Departure October 28, 2025
 
View Brochure

 
Egypt and the Eternal Nile
Departure: November 17, 2025  

View Brochure

 
Moroccan Discovery:
From the Imperial Cities
to the Sahara

Departure November 18, 2025  

View Brochure

   
Portugal and the Douro
River Cruise

Departure: September 17, 2025  

View Brochure  

View Video Presentation

   
Gems of Eastern Europe
River Cruise Hungary, Croatia,
Serbia, Bulgaria, Romania,

Departure September 24, 2025  

View Brochure  

View Video Presentation    

Travel Abroad with FGCU Academy
 
Call our office 239.434.4737  for assistance with registration
or Click to View our Website      

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Don’t Miss Exceptional Night on July 23

            What: Exceptional Nights are created specifically for children with physical and/or neurological disabilities, Autism, and other sensory integration disorders. Lighting and sounds are muted, cool-down spaces are available, and participation is limited to keep crowds to a minimum. The whole family is encouraged to attend to make the evening…

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What: Exceptional Nights are created specifically for children with physical and/or
neurological disabilities, Autism, and other sensory integration disorders. Lighting
and sounds are muted, cool-down spaces are available, and participation is limited
to keep crowds to a minimum. The whole family is encouraged to attend to make
the evening enjoyable and educational for the child.  

When: Tuesday, July 23 from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m.  

Where: Children’s Museum of Naples (CMON),
15080 Livingston RD.
Naples, FL 34109
 
Price: Free for CMON members and $5 per person for non-members  
Advanced registration is not required. We’ll see you there!  

Questions? Email Us!    

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Stevens Construction begins Kari Mann Dental Studio

Stevens Construction, Inc. has been awarded the construction management service of a new 5,200-square-foot building for Kari Mann Dental Studio, located at 3111 Del Prado Blvd. in Cape Coral, announced Daniel F. Adams Jr., executive vice president/partner. Kari Mann Dental Studio provides comprehensive family and cosmetic dentistry as well as advanced dental implants. Combined with…

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Stevens Construction, Inc. has been awarded the construction management service of a new 5,200-square-foot building for Kari Mann Dental Studio, located at 3111 Del Prado Blvd. in Cape Coral, announced Daniel F. Adams Jr., executive vice president/partner.

Kari Mann Dental Studio provides comprehensive family and cosmetic dentistry as well as advanced dental implants. Combined with their unique approach to ease dental anxiety, this modern building signifies a step towards elevating patient care and comfort. Slated for completion in early 2025, the facility will feature eight treatment rooms, promises cutting-edge technology and space dedicated to advanced surgical and implant treatments.

The remaining 2,030 square feet of the Gulf-access building is available for lease. Contact Tom Strauss, LandQuest Commercial, at 239-822-9978 or [email protected] for leasing information.

The Stevens Construction team includes Project Manager Logan Holley, Superintendent Matt Aldape and Project Administrator Angie Sugg. Southview Studios, LLC is the architect of record. Quattrone & Associates is the civil engineer.

About Stevens Construction, Inc.

With offices in Fort Myers and Orlando, Fla., Stevens Construction specializes in providing construction management, general contracting and consulting services to clients and design professionals. Other services include site and design team selection, budgeting, project scheduling, permitting, cost and quality control and warranty service. The company builds healthcare, commercial and hospitality facilities. For information, visit www.stevensbuilds.com or call 239-936-9006.

Building Hope: Target Roofing and Builders Care unite to transform the life of a Fort Myers family

Building Hope: Target Roofing and Builders Care unite to transform the life of a Fort Myers family Fort Myers, FL (July ,19) – In a remarkable display of community support and corporate responsibility, Target Roofing has partnered with Builders Care to provide a brand-new roof to William and Francina Evans, an elderly Fort Myers couple in…

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Building Hope: Target Roofing and Builders Care unite to transform the life of a Fort Myers family

Fort Myers, FL (July ,19) – In a remarkable display of community support and corporate responsibility, Target Roofing has partnered with Builders Care to provide a brand-new roof to William and Francina Evans, an elderly Fort Myers couple in desperate need of home repair assistance.

For over 40 years, Mr. Evans diligently maintained their home despite their limited financial resources. However, their financial and physical limitations recently made it impossible for them to continue these efforts. Mr. Evans’ last attempt to repair their roof resulted in a serious fall, leading to a hospital stay and underscoring their urgent need for assistance.

The Evans family was referred to Builders Care by United Way. Builders Care quickly stepped into action and reached out to Target Roofing for help.

Understanding the critical importance of a safe and secure home, Target Roofing did not hesitate to join forces with Builders Care. “At Target Roofing, we believe in giving back to the community that has supported us for so many years,” said Casey, of Target Roofing. “It’s about more than just a roof; it’s about ensuring their safety and peace of mind.”

The new roof was completed in March 2024 marking a new beginning for William and Francina Evans. This generous donation not only secures their home but also lifts a significant burden from their shoulders, allowing them to focus on their health and well-being. Target Roofing’s contribution to this project is a testament to its commitment to community engagement and social responsibility. Their support has made a tangible difference in the lives of the Evans family, demonstrating the profound impact that can be achieved when businesses and nonprofits work together for the greater good.

About Target Roofing

Target Roofing, based in Fort Myers, FL, is a locally owned and operated roofing company renowned for its high standards, innovative technology, and customer-centric approach. Serving Southwest Florida, the company specializes in efficient and reliable roofing solutions tailored to the region’s unique climate challenges. Target Roofing’s comprehensive 5-Step Process ensures a smooth experience from onsite evaluation to project completion, featuring transparent pricing, regular progress updates, and meticulous site cleanup. With fully licensed and trained in-house crews, Target Roofing provides superior workmanship backed by robust warranties. Contact Target Roofing at (239) 332-5707 or visit TargetRoofers.com to learn more.

Lee County Port Authority News Release: SOUTHWEST FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT REPORTS JUNE TRAFFIC

SOUTHWEST FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT REPORTS JUNE TRAFFIC FORT MYERS, Fla. (July 19, 2024) – During June, 696,867 passengers traveled through Southwest Florida International Airport (RSW) in Fort Myers. This was an increase of 8 percent compared to June 2023. It was also the second-best June reported in the 42-year history of the airport. Year-to-date, passenger…

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SOUTHWEST FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT REPORTS JUNE TRAFFIC

FORT MYERS, Fla. (July 19, 2024) – During June, 696,867 passengers traveled through Southwest Florida International Airport (RSW) in Fort Myers. This was an increase of 8 percent compared to June 2023. It was also the second-best June reported in the 42-year history of the airport. Year-to-date, passenger traffic is up 20 percent.

The traffic leader in June was Delta with 169,572 passengers. Rounding out the top five airlines were Southwest (134,766), American (114,820), United (105,906) and JetBlue (54,731).

Southwest Florida International Airport had 5,468 aircraft operations, a decrease of 2 percent compared to June 2023. Page Field saw 13,512 operations, which was a 22 percent decrease compared to June 2023.

 Southwest Florida International Airport served more than 10 million passengers in 2023 and is one of the top 50 U.S. airports for passenger traffic. No ad valorem (property) taxes are used for airport operation or construction. For more information, visit flylcpa.com or facebook.com/flyRSW.

New LMCU Board Member Caitlin Townsend Lamb

Lake Michigan Credit Union Welcomes Caitlin Townsend Lamb to Board of Directors Grand Rapids, MI (July 18, 2024) – Lake Michigan Credit Union (LMCU) is delighted to announce the appointment of Caitlin Townsend Lamb to its Board of Directors. Caitlin brings a wealth of experience in strategic planning, process improvement, and public relations, adding to…

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Lake Michigan Credit Union Welcomes Caitlin Townsend Lamb to Board of Directors

Grand Rapids, MI (July 18, 2024) – Lake Michigan Credit Union (LMCU) is delighted to announce the appointment of Caitlin Townsend Lamb to its Board of Directors. Caitlin brings a wealth of experience in strategic planning, process improvement, and public relations, adding to the board’s collective expertise.

With over 14 years at Grand Rapids-based Cascade Engineering, Townsend Lamb has held several leadership positions, currently serving as Director of People Advancement, Lean Systems, and Communications. Her leadership has consistently driven improvement strategies from the executive suite to the shop floor.

In addition to her professional achievements, Townsend Lamb joined LMCU’s Community Advisory Board (CAB) in December of 2020 and has served as chairperson of the CAB since February 2022. The CAB is made up of area business, service organization, and nonprofit leaders who work on assignments from the LMCU Board of Directors to enhance the credit union’s outreach and impact in the communities it serves.

Townsend Lamb expressed her enthusiasm about joining the board, saying, “I am honored to join the LMCU Board of Directors and look forward to contributing to the continued growth and success of the credit union. Together, we make a positive impact on our members and our communities.”

“We are thrilled to have Caitlin join our Board of Directors. Her extensive experience on the CAB and commitment to community service align perfectly with LMCU’s mission and values,” said Gretchen Tellman-Partridge, LMCU Board Chair. “We are confident that her contributions will help us continue to deliver exceptional value to our members.”

The current LMCU Board of Directors includes David Bardolph, Tim Gortsema, Brad Mathis, Tim Myers, Jack Newberry, Juan Olivarez, Robert Partridge, Walter Rice, Gretchen Tellman-Partridge, Caitlin Townsend Lamb, and Robert White.

About Lake Michigan Credit Union

Lake Michigan Credit Union, established in 1933, is the largest credit union in Michigan and 14th largest in the country. Employing a staff of over 1,650 and serving more than 600,000 members, LMCU’s assets exceed $13 billion, with over $16 billion in portfolio and serviced mortgages. LMCU has 70 convenient branch locations, including 21 across the Tampa Bay area and Southwest Florida. LMCU members have access to over 55,000 Allpoint ATMs worldwide. LMCU provides a full range of financial services, from high interest-bearing checking accounts to personal loans, mortgages, business banking, investments, and insurance.

To find out more, visit LMCU.org. Federally insured by NCUA. Equal Housing Lender. NMLS #442967.

Make Goodwill® Your Number One Back-to-School Shop

Make Goodwill® Your Number One Back-to-School Shop Eco-conscious shoppers can opt for secondhand clothing, classroom supplies and dorm décor. Fort Myers, FL – Students of all ages can visit Goodwill stores in Southwest Florida for their back-to-school needs. Whether it’s clothing, shoes, accessories, housewares or furniture, Goodwill is your one-stop shop for back-to-school items, college…

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Make Goodwill® Your Number One Back-to-School Shop

Eco-conscious shoppers can opt for secondhand clothing, classroom supplies and dorm décor.

Fort Myers, FL – Students of all ages can visit Goodwill stores in Southwest Florida for their back-to-school needs. Whether it’s clothing, shoes, accessories, housewares or furniture, Goodwill is your one-stop shop for back-to-school items, college dorm essentials and unique secondhand finds.

Goodwill stores in Southwest Florida sell donated goods and one-of-a-kind finds for shoppers to choose from to express their unique style, all while staying on a budget and supporting the environment.

Increasingly, younger generations are more concerned about the environmental impact of their purchases. Buying your annual school supplies secondhand continues the lifecycle of those items and keeps them from ending up in landfills. For those concerned about the rising prices of school supplies, Goodwill stores also offer a cheaper alternative to other retail stores. 

Goodwill is hosting a Back-to-School event from July 19 – 21st at select Goodwill stores. A large collection of school uniforms, backpacks, lunch bags and sneakers will be set out in front of these stores to make it easy for parents to find what they need for this school year.

Your purchases and donations support Goodwill’s mission of providing individuals with opportunities to overcome obstacles through job preparation programs and other support services, such as free digital skills training, small business development and disability services. Last year, Goodwill Industries of Southwest Florida supported more than 22,000people as they earned digital skills and ESL certificates, started new jobs or grew in their careers.

Goodwill SWFL is a nonprofit organization that is committed to serving people with disabilities and disadvantages by offering life-changing opportunities to achieve independence.  They have been providing services to people with disabilities and disadvantages since 1966 in five counties of Southwest Florida: Lee, Collier, Charlotte, Glades & Hendry counties. For more information, visit www.goodwillswfl.org.

SVN Commercial Partners Court Appointed to Exclusively Market Fisherman’s Village

SVN Commercial Partners Court Appointed to Exclusively Market Fisherman’s Village Click here for more pictures Official brochure Punta Gorda, FL – July 17, 2024 – The iconic waterfront destination, Fishermen’s Village, located in the heart of Punta Gorda, is now on the market for sale thru September 2nd, 2024 (subject to change). This premier property, renowned for its…

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SVN Commercial Partners Court Appointed to Exclusively Market Fisherman’s Village

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Punta Gorda, FL – July 17, 2024 – The iconic waterfront destination, Fishermen’s Village, located in the heart of Punta Gorda, is now on the market for sale thru September 2nd, 2024 (subject to change). This premier property, renowned for its vibrant shopping, dining, and entertainment offerings, is set to attract significant interest from investors and developers alike.  To date SVN Commercial Partners has sent out 80 requested NDA’s (non-disclosure agreements and received 35 executed documents in return).

Fishermen’s Village, a key attraction for both locals and tourists, features a marina, boutique shops, restaurants, and waterfront hotel suites. Its strategic location and comprehensive amenities make it a unique investment opportunity in the thriving Southwest Florida marketplace.


The property was previously operated by Jonathan Larmore, who has been removed of his control in favor of PGFL Associates, LLC when they were court appointed to Fishermen’s Village when it was placed in receivership in October of 2023.

“The sale of Fishermen’s Village represents a fresh chapter for this beloved waterfront destination”, stated Ashley Bloom, SVN Commercial Partners Managing Partner, “Prospective buyers have the opportunity to build upon its established reputation and diverse offerings, driving further growth and innovation in the region. We are encouraged by the response we have received to date” 

In addition to Bloom, the SVN Commercial Partners team consists of Corrie Gates, Bryan Myers, and Margeaux McCarthy, providing expertise in multiple commercial real estate service lines.

About SVN Commercial Partners

SVN Commercial Partners with six offices in Southeast and Southwest Florida, is a national commercial real estate services firm with local expertise. It provides sales, leasing, management, and capital market solutions to clients in the Southeast and Southwest Florida regions in addition to serving a national client base. All SVN offices are Independently owned and operated. To learn more about how SVN Commercial Partners can be a resource for you, go to www.svncp.com.

You're Invited to our FREE Summer Camp Showcase this Friday!

  Our Summer Camp Artists Have Worked Hard! Support them at this FREE Concert! Friday, July 19 at 3pm Music & Arts Community Center 13411 Shire Ln, Fort Myers Watch our MusicWorks!, and Musical Theater Group perform at the Music & Arts Community Center. Check out pictures from our last Summer Camp Showcase!   PHOTO…

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Our Summer Camp Artists Have Worked Hard!
Support them at this FREE Concert!

Friday, July 19 at 3pm
Music & Arts Community Center
13411 Shire Ln, Fort Myers

Watch our MusicWorks!, and Musical Theater Group
perform at the Music & Arts Community Center.

Check out pictures from our last Summer Camp Showcase!  

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