Divided on each side: Estero (FL) residents split on accepting retirement community as neighbor

Volunteers of America, a nonprofit organization that owns and operates senior living and care facilities in Florida and six other states, aims to open a continuing care retirement community on about 21 vacant acres at the northeast corner of Sandy Lane and Corkscrew Road. The property abuts the south end of the Estates at Estero River, and homes along the dividing wall have windows that face the Volunteers of America site.    Read the article………….


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