Hunt To Speak 3/1 at
First Town Hall Meeting
One of Lee County’s most respected political consultants has agreed to be one of the panelists at the first Town Hall meeting on incorporation being hosted by the Community Council of Lehigh Acres according to their President Tami Baker. Steve Hunt has been the architect of numerous local and state wide political campaigns for both individual candidates and for issues. He is the owner of Artype in Fort Myers and is a long time resident of Lehigh Acres. Steve is the past chairman of Business People United for Political Action (BUPAC) in Fort Myers and currently is their speakers chairman.
The event will be held on March 1st at the Lehigh Senior High School Auditorium starting at 9:30 AM. It will be held in conjunction with a pancake breakfast which is being sponsored by the Lehigh Senior High School Key Club which will be starting at 7 AM. The breakfast will feature all-you-can-eat pancakes, sausage or bacon, and coffee for 5 dollars.
It is anticipated that a series of Town Hall meeting will be sponsored by the Community Council and the Kiwanis Club of Lehigh Acres to inform the residents of what may be needed in order to incorporate the community of Lehigh Acres. District 5 Lee County Commissioner, Frank Mann, and Bill Spikowski will also be speaking at this first meeting which will be informational with speakers addressing what the state and county governments will require before voters can decide on incorporation to take place. Speakers will talk about the feasibility and financial studies that are required, along with what steps would have to be taken to successfully run an informational campaign so residents could be apprised of all the issues.