Florida’s Lee County Looks to Jumpstart the Economy with Cash Incentives for Tech Jobs | GenomeWeb
Florida’s Lee County is known for its more than 50 miles of beaches between Boca Grande and Bonita Springs — home to a nationally-known annual arts festival set for Jan. 10-11 — as well as its largest city, Fort Myers, whose population grew by some 20,000 people, to an estimated 68,689, this past year.
 

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