The Marco Island City Council finalized their budget for the 2019-2020 fiscal year on September 16 with no changes from their September 3 vote. The millage (tax rate) council had set at the September 3 meeting was maintained at the $1.8821 per thousand of valuation to cover city operational cost, as well as referendum approved debt service. Operational costs to […]
Marco Island Police Officer John Derrig was placed on Administrative Leave (with pay) pending the outcome of an internal investigation.
Darcie Guerin discusses personal representatives and executors in her column, Ask the CFP.
The American Cancer Society is preparing for A Celebration For a Cure, the 2020 ACS fundraiser on Marco Island.
Affordable Landscaping and city staff have come up with a solution to the problem of debris in the stormwater drains.
Southport Boats announces a new dealership in the Naples and Marco Island markets of Southwest Florida, opening a new territory for the brand.
Jewish Congregation of Marco Island (JCMI), recently presented a check for $350 to the leadership of Our Daily Bread Food Pantry.
Rick LoCastro announced he has filed to become a candidate for Collier County Commissioner, District 1
Marco Island City Council held a productive meeting on September 3, 2019 and addressed a number of items that benefitted the community.
The Jewish Congregation of Marco Island has three special events planned for the Jewish New Year.