Reluctantly moved here in 2012. I managed to escape but am blighted with having to have been back here for some time now. I'm stuck owning a wood-framed shoe box of a house in N.Cape and was quoted a $2,700.00 price for new well equipment to keep my house rentable. City hall just told me I'm in North 4 and that means this backward, ripoff place is going to make me wait another five years to have to pay a $30,000.00 bill for water and sewer - amenities every other, far older city in the country has. This city counsel is more concerned with widening streets in the "entertainment district" and planting a bunch of trees, rather than ensuring it's tax-paying residents have modern water and sewer. My taxes are now $2,000.00 a year and raise annually. I pay the same amount as houses WITH city water and sewer.
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Moving to Cape CoralI'm moving soon from NJ. Looking at Cape Coral, would someone please update me on the area? Crime, education, jobs, etc. I'm looking to rent around the canal area, should I be concerned about flooding and storms? As far as jobs, what is the closest cities that are doing pretty good as far as employment?