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Wow. I guess it's not surprising that the same dingbats are still making up their own science about septic tanks in low lying barrier islands, and ignoring the warnings from state DEP that should pollution levels rise to unacceptable levels, the agency has the authority to come in and force a much more expensive waterway cleanup as well as an also more expensive than $130 million sewer installation progra. Just keep ignoring it and we'll be able to hear your whining when it happens. Oh and stop drinking some of the state's finest quality municipal water produced by the now city-owned water plants, the plant you say the city should have left to the hands of incompetent private operators. The very good water you wash your very stinky selves with is pristine because people like Bill Moss took the helm and got it away from private owners. Had they not returned the power of controlling our precious water to a publicly run government, you would be blaming the city and Moss for not having the brains to do the right thing and buy the system so it can be repaired, restored and expanded to meet the ever growing demand you very people put on the system. You're a bunch of ignorant hypocrites. I;'d like to see your bank account balances. You act so poor, but you live in multi-million dollar houses on Marco Island. If you couldn't afford to live here, you'd leave. If you're so blasteded broke from paying for a simple sewer installation, why are you still here? No one believes you anyway. That's why you continue to lose elections, lawsuits and court challenges. You're a bunch of phonies.
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