Lee County on Tuesday launched a new citizen resource website, “Our Water Story: Lee County’s Water Quality Initiative.” The website, leegov.com/water, invites Lee County residents to learn Lee’s water story, how we got to where we are, what we are doing to fix it, and how they can help shape the future of area waterways. Water quality is a top priority of the Lee County commissioners and water-quality projects are underway year-round. The site features a story map to take visitors on a tour of the watershed, discussing the challenges and causes, as well as the steps Lee County and partner agencies, have taken to help improve local water quality. The initiative will include social media and traditional media campaigns highlighting completed, in-progress, and new projects. To encourage engagement, the site also provides links to partner agencies and organizations.
Physicians Primary Care of Southwest Florida Continues to Expand
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Physicians Primary Care of Southwest Florida has leased 1,868 SF of existing medical space at Preserve Plaza located at 18070 S. Tamiami Trail, Fort Myers,