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"Realtor Alan Sandlin, whose offices are next door to the proposed mini-golf, said his building’s condominium board felt the golf course would be a plus for the community."
Maybe! He was a promoter of the Yacht Club too. FINALLY the market will decide, whether or not the putt-putt concepts will survive. But a victory for free enterprise. And as city councilor you have never been focused of the interest of the citizen. And never of the small thinking mind of some concerned neighbors. THEY HAVE TO PAY THEIR TAXES AND BE SHUT UP. HOPEFULLY THE PUTT-PUTTS HAVE SOME NICE MUSIC AT NIGHT. Marco Island needs a night life.Our city councilors are than at sleep. And that is good so.
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