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STOP THIS WASTE OF TAX MONEY!
If they want their beach saved, they should pay for it out of their own common charges or they should have a special assessment to cover the cost. I think most people who live on Marco - and in Collier County since this is County money - would not want their tax dollars paying for this since the beach is essentially non-public. Why should everyone else bail them out with this sort of welfare?
Those Hideaway residents who vote for Romney because they think Obama is all about welfare and redistribution are hypocrites if they accept any public money for their private beach. This is a taxpayer funded bailout of a private beach community. That smells like welfare to me.
Take care of your own problem. If you want us to fix it, make it a public access beach. Public money should be spent for the public good.
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