Wayne Purvis, Marco Island’s Godfather for Meals of Hope, may be gone, but the work he achieved and the lives he touched will never forget him. See what Meals of Hope is doing to honor this man and continue his work.
The following article is from the LCEC regarding what to do in an auto accident involving power lines. See the full article here.
History has repeated itself as Marco Police Officer Tige Thompson is once again discharged from his duties. Hear the full story about this developing story here.
It appears that residents of Goodland may at last be moving towards a permanent solution to the issue concerning “flooding” on what is the short portion of roadway connecting the small fishing village with State Route 92. See the full story here.
The Coastal Breeze News takes a look at a report made by an Officer Kyle Plussa regarding Derelict Vessels on Marco Island, while discussing the charges one can face for breaking such a law. See the full article here, along with photos.
With nesting season approaching, an Audubon EagleWatch Program volunteer has begun looking after the Eagels of Marco. See the full article, along with photos, here.
The Marco Island City Council dealt with a number of issues on their September 21st meeting, including residents issues with Short Term Renters. See the full of that meeting here.
With the 2020 Election getting closer, residents of Collier County in need of voting information should read the following article and familiarize themselves with the upcoming dates.
The Our Daily Bread Food Pantry foundation has just received a generous donation from the National Association of Professional Employer Organizations. See the full story here.