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The Lee Board of County Commissioners voted Feb. 20 to pursue acquisition activities on 12 parcels totaling 249.2 acres for Conservation 20/20 Land Acquisition Program. The vote authorizes county staff to negotiate terms for purchase. Any negotiated terms will come back before the Board for consideration. The parcels recommended by the Conservation 20/20 Land Acquisition and Stewardship Advisory Committee are eight in-fill parcels in the Corkscrew Regional Ecosystem Watershed totaling 194 acres, two in-fill parcels totaling 3 acres in the existing Charlotte Harbor Buffer Preserve and Charlotte Harbor Preserve State Park, a parcel of about 12 acres along the southern bank of the Caloosahatchee River, within the vicinity of Columbus G. McLeod Preserve, an Oxbow Island off the Fort Myers Shores area; and a 40-acre parcel adjacent to the Bob Janes Conservation 20/20 Preserve in northeast Lee County.

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