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"The City of Marco Island agreed...to give the Marco Island Historical Society $100,000 to purchase permanent exhibits."
Our library is a truly popular destination.
This museum was some fatuous elitist project that resulted in destroying the very nice and potentially useful open space next to the library with its gazebo and extra parking.
The library is generally packed, especially during season.
On the other hand, have you ever run into anyone expressing any genuine interest in visiting this so-called museum?
Marco Island is a pleasant tourist and retirement destination.
Nobody moved here to commune with Calusa Indians or primitive rednecks who lived here.
Why are there no exhibits?
Maybe, the reason is that there really is little of historical interest to say about this place.
The museum building is attractive, but it is barely alive and it destroyed parking for the library.
The only plus for this expen$ive boondoggle is that is affords pedestrians in the area with an extra bathroom option.
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