Bonita Springs Annexes 136 Acres - Bordering Unincorporated Estero
Posted by Benjamin Dona on Wednesday, October 2nd, 2013 at 5:29pm.
The city of Bonita Springs voted to annex 136 acres on its NW border within unincorporated Lee County. Estero, planning for an attempt at incorporating this fall, wanted the land in their municipality. The land includes the 22-slip Coconut Point Marina, which was recently purchased by Pelican Landing Community Association and WCI-owned conservation land. WCI is the developer of Pelican Landing and has on-going construction at The Colony at Pelican Landing. The annexation did not include about 600 of Pelican Landing's residences and homes in The Colony, a private enclave of upscale homes that are part of the Pelican Landing Homeowner's Association, nor the Hyatt Regency at Coconut Point. Mayor Ben Nelson recently mailed a description to Pelican Landing residents about annexation and joining the City of Bonita Springs by referendum in February of 2014. This is an on-going discussion of great importance to the residents of both Bonita Springs and Estero, so check back often!
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