After receiving petition approval from the Marco Island City attorney, the Committee to Repeal the Ordinance has sent electronic versions of the petition and ordinance to concerned residents and organizations for distribution. The Committee chose multiple distribution channels including email from the Marco Island Chamber of Commerce (link available for petition download with instructions); the Marco Island Area Association of Realtors (links for download); website download, and hardcopy versions of the petition at many public locations.
What Interested Voters and Taxpayers Can Do
Residents who have received an electronic copy of the petition can print all ten pages (11 with instructions), sign your name as it appears on your Voter Registration Card (or alternatively your Florida driver’s license), enter your Marco Island street address, enter your precinct number (if known), enter today’s date, and return via mail or drop off.
You may also download a copy from the Committee website: www.mymarcoisland.com
Competed versions of the petition can be dropped off or mailed to the following locations: Marco Island Chamber of Commerce, 1102 N. Collier Blvd; Marco Island Area Association of Realtors, 140 Waterway Dr.; Berkshire Hathaway Rentals, 900 North Collier; Horizons Rentals, 661 S. Collier Blvd. Completed petitions mailed should be addressed to “Rental Petition” at any of the above addresses on Marco Island.
IMPORTANT: your signed petition must arrive by June 15, 2015.
Taxpayers who are not registered voters can’t sign the petition. They CAN send emails/letters to the Editor at this paper and to City Council. Share your thoughts. As a Marco Island taxpayer, the Committee believes your tax dollars entitle you to a voice in City governance.
Additional press releases will follow the progress of this petition initiative. We ask that concerned Marco Island voters join our efforts.
How can you help?
Anyone interested in assisting this effort to repeal the Ordinance is encouraged to contact the Committee in Support of Marco Island Referendum Petition on Ordinance 15-01. We welcome your help. We can stop this unwarranted and unnecessary intrusive legislation.
By Postal Mail: 661 S Collier Blvd. Marco Island, FL 34145
By Email: email@example.com