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If they are aware of it, or not, Mr. Milk and Mrs. Carr are allowing themselves to become the Hammers used against competing business people who are trying their best to make a living, so they can pay the taxes necessary to pay their City salaries.This is an Island that is being visited daily by potential customers looking for real estate, a good place to eat, shop, etc. Signs make it easier for these folks to navigate without slowing down and causing accidents.Apparently there are business owners on Marco Island who believe their power over City Officials, and employees, give them the right to call in a temporary sign complaint at any hour of the day or night, and expect an immediate response, while they have identical signs on and around their properties.Please be advised, this type of action, and a lack of a set of clear guidelines, only serves to confuse the issue, and raise suspicions about the integrity of the Enforcing Authority.
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