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I as others see the purchase of the water plant as a shined up used car. The seller of the car poised that the "other" buyer was wanting to buy it so Marco Island will lose out.
The problem was where would we get water from if the plant was not purchased? I have stated before we should invest in the plant and upgrade to the point where we can sell water to the residents of the island with lower costs.
My water bill with zero gallons used is 50.00 dollars per month. My northern home is 10.00 per month with zero gallons used. We also buy water from a large municipial water plant and the water is piped som 50 miles away to our town.
So where is the cost difference when we own the plant? The problem was and is we need water plain and simple. We must make the plant run efficiant as possible to control our costs plain and simple.
Turn the page people history cannot be changed. Time to move forward with new people and ideas who support the citizens of Marco Island first.
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