If they can’t provide you with service, they will certainly find you the answers. Between them they have more than two decades of experience working in Boca Grande.
So when Lee County Parks & Recreation supervisors met recently to discuss re-organizing the county’s park districts, and they decided that Bob and Joe would be great candidates to help run a new 33,000-square-foot in North Fort Myers, some people on the island were more than a little shocked.
However, at this time there is no need for distress. Both Bob and Joe will still serve the Boca Grande Community in some capacity for quite some time.
Bob explained what is going on.
“There are a lot of park managers leaving in the next few years, and they are moving people around where they are needed,” he said. “They redid the districts, and Boca Grande, Pine Island and North Fort Myers are in one district. That means both Joe and I will be spending time down there, in North Fort Myers, but we will still oversee the maintenance, scheduling and room use at the Boca Grande Community Center. All operations will still be handled by Lee County Parks and Recreation staff.”
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