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John T. Voges

Director

Lee County Metropolitan Planning Organization

HQ Phone:  (239) 244-2220

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Lee County Metropolitan Planning Organization

815 Nicholas Parkway E.

Cape Coral, Florida,33915

United States

Company Description

The Lee County Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) is an intergovernmental transportation planning agency created by an agreement among Lee County, Bonita Springs, Cape Coral, Fort Myers, Fort Myers Beach, Sanibel, and the Florida Department of Transporta...more

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SurfWax Archives: News, Reviews and Articles On Wildlife Management

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John Voges, director of the Lee County Metropolitan Planning Organization, warned the Southwest Regional Planning Council Thursday that the Babcock project would pose significant costs. (Charlotte Sun Herald) Archbishop denounces Guantanamo Bay camp Mar 6, 2006Today's Globe Opinion Magazine Education Science NECN Special reports Obituaries.LONDON -- The Church of England's senior clergyman said in comments broadcast yesterday that he worried that the US detention camp at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, has set a dangerous precedent in international law. (Boston Globe)


Car rental companies oppose bill that would allow counties to increase tax | BonitaNews.com

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The tax has the ability to raise $8 million in Lee County, most of which would go to fund transportation projects, said John Voges, director of the Lee County Metropolitan Planning Organization.Though $8 million may not seem like a lot considering the number of projects needed in the county, a new funding mechanism would help, Voges said."The money that we're getting from the state Department of Transportation to do construction projects is dwindling and the cost of everything is going up," Voges said."We are constantly trying to look for additional funding mechanisms."As Southwest Florida International Airport's business continues to grow, so too will the money for Lee County's roads, he said.That's good because other sources of funding are drying up, Voges said.By 2008 or 2009 the federal highway trust fund will become insolvent because Congress is taking money from the non-recurring fund without replacing it, Voges said.About 25 percent of Florida's funding for road construction comes from the federal fund, he said.The rental car tax was tagged onto a turnpike restoration bill passed by the Legislature during this year's session.


The News-Press: Growth/Development

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John Voges, director of Lee's Metropolitan Planning Organization, ran the numbers last week then told his bosses that the tax could raise $8 million a year. His bosses are all five county commissioners, as well as elected officials from Lee's five cities, who sit on the MPO board.


$41.5M bill, businesses standing in way of overpass | naplesnews.com | Naples Daily News

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Although such a partnership isn't likely, the Bonita Beach Road U.S. 41 interchange could happen if a private entity teamed up with the government to build it, said Lee County Metropolitan Planning Organization Director John Voges."We have it as being needed; there's just no funding for it at this time," Voges said.


Sun Herald - 03/17/06

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John Voges, director of the Lee County Metropolitan Planning Organization, warned the Southwest Regional Planning Council Thursday that the Babcock project would pose significant costs.Even in a better-case scenario, if the Babcock city captured 50 percent of its trips within the city's boundaries, it would still generate 70,000 trips per day on S.R. 31, Voges said."We have nothing in our plan to accommodate that," he said, citing the MPO's 30-year road expansion program.Also, the dollars budgeted by the state for the MPO's projects now fall far short of the needs, he said.


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