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"...growth in all areas"
Really, this would lead to more visitors? With that logic, Naples growth restrictions, i.e. heightn and zoning restrictions on 5th Ave should have reduced valuations and visitors.
I believe just the opposite happened. Why? Because it creates a unique setting that is not duplicated and adds to the desirability resulting in a establishing a quality of community.
And your last sentence is very revealing:
"For those who wish to live in a quiet residential community as Mr. Petricca expressed, there are cloistered communities which would welcome them."
I do not believe Mr. Petricca would ask anyone to leave.
Just for the record, can I assume you would be in favor of a conference center developed by the Marriott or Hilton in years going forward? That would truly increase visitors, but I do not believe the valuations .......
But then again, you ask folks who wish to live in a quiet neighborhood, to seek another location. This begs the question, who is the intolerant one?
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