City & County Goverment

Jolley Bridge Light Repairs to Start on April 15

Repairs to the Judge S.S. Jolley Bridge lighting damaged by Hurricane Irma will commence on April 15.

Community Begins to Rally Behind Chief Schettino

Signs to keep Police Chief Al Schettino and a petition have popped up in Marco Island.

Planning Board Denies Nautical Garage Requests

The Marco Island Planning Board denied applications for a conditional use permit to build nautical garages, similar to a project previously approved.

Old Marco Fire Causes Major Loss

A large fire on Edington Place in Old Marco caused significant damage to a vacant home under construction.

Council Identifies 5 Finalists for Manager Position

The search continues for a city manager in Marco Island, as five candidates have been selected for interviews in May.

Sixty Vie for Manager Position

The application period for the Marco Island City Manager position has ended.

Council Digs Into Sidewalks

Marco Island City Council has once again attempted to find a reasonable approach to deal with the sidewalk issues, some of which have troubled residents, staff and councilors for several years During their March 18 meeting, staff prepared a memorandum for discussion regarding five of those issues which have been major points of contention over the years. How should they […]

Water Quality and the Environment, a Murky Issue

Marco Island City Council discussed water quality at a recent worshop.

Council Moves Several Items Forward

Marco Island City Council met to discuss Veterans Community Park and matters on the agenda.

Marco Shores Alternate Solution Project is Launched

Work has begun to extend the necessary piping across the Marco River for a project that will bring potable water over to the mainland and send raw wastewater back to the North Utility Plant.

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