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Bonita Springs Incorporation Report - 11/01/1997
On September 13, 1998, the Bonita Springs Incorporation Committee, Inc. signed a letter of engagement with BJM Consulting, Inc. This agreement directed BJM Consulting, Inc. to update a study completed for the Bonita Springs Chamber of Commerce on November 7, 1997, and produce an Incorporation Feasibility Study to submit to the Local Delegation. The original study was developed through a series of tasks approved by the Bonita Springs Chamber of Commerce and was to provide an impartial assessment of the tasks and present the findings to the community leaders.
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Bonita Springs Incorporation Study Update - 09/01/1998
This report is an Update to the original study prepared by BJM Consulting, Inc. for the Bonita Springs Chamber of Commerce completed November 5, 1997. The format of the report is in two sections. The first part will address the changed conditions that exists due to a new set of boundaries that have been proposed since the original study was completed. The second part is laid out to follow and answer the issues raised in the Florida Legislature's Legislative Committee on Intergovernmental Relations, and Office of Economic and Demographic Research staff's review of the original study.

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Captiva Island Incorporation Feasibility Study - 01/01/2001
Community leaders in Captiva Island are exploring the viability of incorporation with the following primary goals:
1) "Home Rule" which would allow area residents to control the future land use and other matters within the community.
2) Preservation of the island environment and quality of life.
3) Take a long-range look at what future impacts and outside forces will have on the island.
4) Return a greater share of their Lee County tax dollars to the community.
5) To build a community centered land use plan to maintain the environment and other needs of the island, under the control of Captivans.
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Lehigh Acres Incorporation Feasibility Study - 09/01/2003
Community leaders in Lehigh Acres are exploring the viability of incorporation with the following primary goals:
1. "Home Rule" which would allow area residents to control the future land use and other matters within the community
2. Preservation of the community environment and quality of life
3. Take a long-range look at what future impacts and outside forces will have on the community
4. Return a greater share of their Lee County tax dollars to the community
5. To build a community centered land use plan to maintain the environment and other needs of the residents, under the control of Lehigh Acres
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Ruskin Incorporation Feasibility Study - 05/01/2004
Community leaders in Ruskin are exploring the viability of incorporation with the following primary goals:
1. "Home Rule" which would allow area residents to control the future land use and other matters within the community
2. Preservation of the community environment and quality of life
3. Take a long-range look at what future impacts and outside forces will have on the community
4. Return a greater share of their Hillsborough County tax dollars to the community
5. To build a community centered land use plan to maintain the environment and other needs of the residents, under the control of Ruskin
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Tierra Verde Community Association Incorporation Power Point - 06/01/2005
Community leaders in Tierra Verde are exploring the viability of incorporation with the following primary goals:
1. "Home Rule" which would allow area residents to control the future land use and other matters within the community
2. Preservation of the community environment and quality of life
3.Take a long-range look at what future impacts and outside forces will have on the community
4. Take a proactive look at possible scenarios that will put off future attempts by neighboring cities to annex part or the entire community
5. To build a community centered land use plan to maintain the environment and other needs of the residents, under the sole control of Tierra Verde

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