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I believe if you check the wording of that old MICA poll, you would find it asked whether its members (and only MICA members vote) would like a free lunch. Not surprisingly, most said yes!
Opposition to the STRP came when C.A.R.E.S., Inc. demonstrated that there were federal- and state-government approved alternatives to central sewers that are not only less expensive to implement and operate but far safer for the Marco environment. At that point, Councilor DiSciullo switched her vote from supporting sewers to opposing them and the councilors who initiated the purchase of the water/wastewater utility, to wit, Messrs. Arceri and Minozzi and Ms. Kelber, went into a full-court press to destroy my credibility and that of the organization I headed at the time.
Mr. Gibson may have lived on Marco much longer than I, but he appears to have either a selective memory or to have been unaware of what was happening at council meetings. I can't remember him speaking at one or in making his position known through the press. Could it be that he was convinced to run for council by the outgoing councilors whose legacy rides on the fate of the STRP?
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