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Author: Edward Ryan

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Ed and Kim Ryan host Beach Talk Radio live every Saturday morning at 9:00 from Fort Myers Beach. Our goal is to inform residents about the latest beach news and entertain them with our sarcastic family humor.
87 Episodes
Fort Myers beach Mayor Anita Cereceda tells the community there is no conspiracy about the 2018 delay in signing the Margaritavlle Resort ordinance. She also talked to us about higher taxes and the October Roar Offshore Boat Races.
Lee County Visitor & Convention Bureau Product Development Manager Nancy Macphee joined Ed and Kim to talk about the Island Hopper Songwriter Fest and Dan Moser, one of the founders of Bike-Walk-Lee, spoke about bicycle and pedestrian safety.
Megan Zelenak Allers and Debbie Voorhees talk to Ed about the November 8th Beach N Brews fundraiser hosted by the Friends of Lovers Key. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Welcome and Discovery Center at Lovers Key. Tickets are available for $50.00, $75.00 for VIP's, at
Ed interviews Fort Myers beach Fire Chief Matt Love about Hurricane preparedness. As always, the chief gave us great information about how to be ready when Mother Nature hits hard. He also provided details on resources available you may not have known about.
Lee County Commissioner Ray Sandelli talks about getting the call from the Governor clean water, working with his fellow commissioners and The Blue Angels. Bill Vaughn from the Bone Hook Brewery discusses what its like to brew beer for 12 hours a day. And Jacki joins us at the end to update us on all the upcoming Chamber sponsored events.
Bob and Stacey Ferreira from The Cottage on Fort Myers Beach and Katy Johnson, who's doing an internship with the Fort Myers Beach Chamber of Commerce, were our guests. Topics included: Street Performers, the Town Council meeting, The TPI Lawsuit, our busy Facebook interaction with our fans (and haters) from last week and much more.
Brian Mast is in his second term representing the 18th Congressional district of Florida. Before being elected to Congress, Mast served in the U.S. Army for 12 years where he earned the bronze star, the army commendation medal for valor, the purple heart and the defense meritorious service medal. Congressman Mast is passionate about many issues the state of Florida is facing, two of those issues are veterans and the water.
Town Council member Ray Murphy discusses the lawsuit against the town over TPI, whether the council will go after the Lani Kai's liquor license, algae in the water, banning Roundup and much more. Paula Mccarthy is the secretary for the Fort Myers Beach Kiwanis. The organization recently handed out scholarships for kids and has been doing a lot of great things in the community.
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