Caloosahatchee River debris clearance project may delay Davis Boat Ramp patrons
FORT MYERS – A waterway debris cleanup project has begun on the Caloosahatchee River, which may impact boaters at Lee County Parks & Recreation’s Davis Boat Ramp, 2227 Davis Blvd., Fort Myers, FL 33905.
The debris clearance project could last up to three weeks. During this time, boaters using the east Fort Myers ramp may experience delays at the ramp. Although Davis ramp will remain open, nearby public boat ramps to be used as alternatives include the Alva Boat Ramp, 21580 Pearl St., Alva, FL 33920.
Please check the parks website for updates, www.leegov.com/parks/irma-updates.
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