LEE Soil & Water Conservation
District

BOARD of SUPERVISORS

Seat-1 Ron Edenfield (2006-2010)

Seat-2 Paul Dinger (2004-2008)
Seat-3 Tom Clark (2006-2010) Vice Chairman
Seat-4 Jack Tanner  (2004-2008)  Chairman  (239) 297-5372    
Seat-5 Kim Hawk (2006-2010)  Secretary/Treasurer

SPRINKLER tune-ups conserve water, improve grass and plants,
and save property owner's money.

Private property owners and contractors do THOUSANDS of sprinkler tune-ups each month in LEE County for $30-$80 without spending tax money.

Quarterly tune-ups include:
* check the automatic clock and set it per the current restrictions;
* check for broken pipes, heads, and valves;
* unclog heads and filters;
* check rain sensor;
* flush system out if necessary;
* survey yard and look for weeds associated with
            over-watering and/or   under-watering;
* customize each zone according to watering needs;
* ensure rotors are spraying correctly.
Please send questions and cost-effective suggestions
to conserve soil and water within Lee County.
Look for SPRINKLERS that need repair or adjustment,  or watering at wrong time.
Please report the problem so I can request the owner to correct it.     NO Fines
Government mobile irrigation labs are NOT needed nor cost effective. 

Private property owners and contractors do THOUSANDS of sprinkler tune-ups each month in LEE County for $30-$80 without spending tax money.

$202,986 Jan-2007 Terminated by Lee Soil & Water Conservation District 
$  44,560  Feb-2007 Rejected by Lee County Board of County Commissioners 
$  69,560  Mar-2007 Rejected by Cape Coral City Council
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$317,106  TAX Dollars                         ELECT people who will NOT waste taxes.


ROAD landscaping installation and maintenance
WASTE tax dollars and irrigation water
and REDUCE vehicle traffic flow and visibility.