Newsletters & Articles

11-13-2017 2017 | Mediterra Preserve Management and Fuel Reduction Map (Updated)

11-13-2017 2017 | Wildfire Resilience and Preserve Management Plan

10-25-2017 | City Of Bonita Springs Flood Reduction Project

The Southwest Florida Regional Planning Council (SWFRPC) is assisting the City of Bonita Springs in developing a City of Bonita Springs Flooding Reduction and Hydrologic Restoration Plan that will include proposals for projects to reduce flooding in the City of Bonita Springs suitable for legislative funding support and plans for reduction of flooding, restoration of functional healthy hydrology, and subsequent improvements in water quality and habitat. The project will encompass the Imperial River Watershed, the Spring Creek Watershed and the Coastal Island Watershed within the City of Bonita Springs

September 25 2017 | Meditera Aeration Install Progress Report

August 17 2017 | Quality Assurance Lake Maintenance Audit

Management recently conducted the annual on-site audit to review District owned Lakes within Mediterra. The audit was conducted during the month August.

August 21 2017 | Meditera South Aeration Project Update

August 1 2017 | Firebreaks Map

August 1 2017 | Wildfire Resilient and Preserve Management Plan

June 27 2017 | Inspection Report

April 25 2017 | Meditera South Resident Notification Aerators

February 2017 | Meditera North & South Merger Presentation

August 2016 | Meditera North Drainage Map

August 2016 | Meditera South Drainage Map

August 2016 | Quality Assurance Lake Maintenance Audit

Management recently conducted the annual on-site audit to review District owned Lakes within Mediterra. The audit was conducted during the month August.

August 2016 | Wildfire Access Report

Despite Florida having fewer WUI acres than other southeastern...

August 2016 | Inspection Report

Inspection report from M.R.I.Underwater Specialists Inc...

August 2015 | Inspection Report

Inspection report from M.R.I.Underwater Specialists Inc...

August 2014 | Inspection Report

Inspection report from M.R.I.Underwater Specialists Inc...

October 2014 | Mediterra North and South CDD Newsletter

The CDDs just adopted their Fiscal Year 2015 budgets (covering the period of October 1, 2014 through September 30, 2015) and the assessment levels will remain flat year over year (no increases). As a reminder, the CDDs collect their revenues through a non ad valorem assessment that is a part of your annual county property tax bill. In other words, when you pay your annual property tax bill, you are also paying your annual CDD assessment which includes two parts; operations and maintenance as well as debt service assessment. As has always been the case, you may pay off the outstanding principal amount of your CDD debt service assessment, at any time, by contacting the CDD’s Lien Roll Manager, at (239) 435-3988 or at www.floridacdd2.com. For your information, this debt incurs interest at an average annual rate of 4.5%, perhaps making early pay off attractive for some...

11/19/2013 | Understanding Fish Kills in Florida Freshwater Systems

A fish kill is an event in which dead or dying fish are observed in a lake or waterbody. Some fish kill events involve small numbers of fish and others may involve hundreds, or even thousands of fish...

August 2013 | Inspection Report

Inspection report from M.R.I.Underwater Specialists Inc...

June 2012 | Mediterra North and South CDD Newsletter

THE ANNUAL BUDGET- MOST WILL SEE DECREASE IN ASSESSMENTS FOR THE UPCOMING YEAR It is the time of year when the CDDs, as governmental agencies, must go through deliberations and adopt an annual budget. The CDDs operate on a Fiscal Year which begins October 1st and concludes on September 30th of the following year. As a reminder, the CDDs collect their revenues through a non ad valorem assessment that is a part of your annual county property tax bill. In other words, when you pay your annual property tax bill, you are also paying your annual CDD assessment...

August 2011 | Mediterra North and South CDD Newsletter

THE ANNUAL BUDGET It is the time of year when the CDDs (South—Collier County; North—Lee County), as governmental agencies, must go through deliberations and adopt an annual budget. The CDDs operate on a Fiscal Year which begins October 1st and concludes on September 30th of the following year. As discussed previously, the CDDs collect their revenues through a non ad valorem assessment that is a part of your annual county property tax bill. In other words, when you pay your annual property tax bill, you are also paying your annual CDD assessment...

November 2010 | Mediterra North and South CDD Newsletter

WHAT IS A CDD? A CDD is a local unit of special purpose government that is established pursuant to Chapter 190 of the Florida Statutes and by local County Ordinance. Mediterra North, (boundaries are within Lee County) was established in 2001 and Mediterra South (boundaries are within Collier County) was established in 1999. The CDDs are each governed by a five (5) member Board of Supervisors (the "Board")...