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The Clean Water Act – SB 712 and What’s IN IT for Marco!


On June 30th, Governor Ron DeSantis signed a historic bill titled the Clean Waterways Act, SB 712 to protect Florida’s water quality and conserve the state’s natural resources. See the full story here.

The 10 Year Old Coin That Could


The story of old coins and the 10 year old who saved them. See the full story here.

Multiple Sea Turtle Violations for South Seas West Condo Association


South Seas West Condo Association has landed in hot water as evidence of violations against Marco Island’s Sea Turtles has come to light. Get the full story here.

Collier Clerk’s Office Seeks Rightful Owners of Millions in Uncashed Checks


The following is a message from the Collier Clerk’s Office.

Outside Investigation Clears Marco PD


For the detailed report by Franklin Investigations click here.  On June 3, 2020 a protest rally took place on Marco Island, during which an altercation ensued that resulted in the arrest of Ms. Taliya Denham who was subsequently charged with robbery or attempted robbery (sudden snatching) and battery. A complaint was subsequently filed by Mr. Howard Denham concerning the arrest of Ms. Denham, who […]

JW Marriott Making a Difference on the Beach


The JW Marriott is now sponsoring beach clean-ups to keep Marco Beaches clean of debris. See the full article here.

Budget, Boats & Bids at Council Meeting


Various debates and approvals were made at the recent meeting of the Marco Island City Council. Find out all the details by reading the full article here

Reisinger Brothers Enduring Figures Along Shifting Sands of Marco Beach


Coastal Breeze writer Scott H. Shook presents the story of the Reisinger Brothers.

BEAUTIES and the Beach

BEAUTIES and the Beach

Coastal Breeze writer Maria Lamb gives us an inside look at the various birds of Marco Island, along with photographs.

Yellowbird Improvements to Begin


The Coastal Breeze News presents the plans for the reconstruction of Yellowbird Street.


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