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Mr. Issler you need to educate yourself on septic tanks. Septic tanks buried in sand in a warm climate would have at least a 100 year life at a min. As far as Deltona will you stop badmouthing them. Can you name me any other development of the size that Deltona took on in 1967 with the tools they had to work with then that turned out to Equal Marco Island? I dare you to give me a comparison.
As far as Track K Did you not support a new high school to be constructed there?
As far as the hotel and commercial 35,000 that would be far ahead of all the current development that has occured on the beech.
Did not Deltona build the South Seas Tower projects?
I understand that San Marco Road was a landing strip for aircraft for Deltona for the "fly and Buy" program. Tell me sir, where have you seen this kind of development that is so sucessfull even today 50 years later?
I think you need to rethink your position and stop the badmouthing once and for all related to Deltona.
I think the Mackel Brothers were far,far ahead of their time. They were brilliant developers who thought out to set aside land in the "MICA" rules and Master plan.
Your group wants to discount them to redevelop the island for profit not lifestyle.
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