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Emotions ran high within council chambers on Monday evening as the Collier County Transportation staff came forward to make a presentation to the Marco City Council. 

The General Election on November 6, 2018, is right around the corner. Many voters choose to vote early and avoid the lines, others mail in their ballots, and still some prefer the tradition of going to the polls on Election Day. However you decide to cast your vote, educating yourself on the process and the candidates is always a good […]

Now that Labor Day is behind us and the dog days of summer begin to retreat, the heat begins to build in the political kitchens across the island. Five candidates are vying for three open seats for city council here on Marco Island. In addition to that election, races for Governor, U.S. Senate, the U.S. Congress and other seats are […]

Our waterways and beaches are the single most important asset we have. We take them for granted and that needs to change. Marco Island needs leadership that understands this and will work proactively to protect our natural resources. This is why I am supporting Sam Young for Marco Island City Council. As a Charter Fishing Captain, a member of the […]

In this evening’s City Council Meeting (8/20) there was an issue discussed regarding a vote on candidates for City Manager or Interim presented by someone representing the Florida League of Cities. During Council discussion one of the Councilors suggested that a vote couldn’t be held utilizing previously submitted choices by the two Councilors who were not in attendance; the City […]

In my opinion, the administration of our City of Marco Island has now become something of a joke among other communities.  Beginning with the search and selection of a new City Manager last fall, right on down to last week’s City Council meeting, I think enough inappropriate actions have taken place to explain Marco’s standing as the laughing stock of […]