See larger Marco cityhood proponents Tom Shea, left, and Harry Cowin give a thumbs-up to Shea‘s wife peering though a window into the ballot-counting room after the recount of the Marco cityhood vote. Delores Shea then yelled out to the waiting crowd, “We‘re still a city.” The recount was necessary after Collier County election officials learned here was one precinct that was counted twice the week before in the Aug. 28, 1997, vote on incorporation.

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Marco cityhood proponents Tom Shea, left, and Harry Cowin give a thumbs-up to Shea‘s wife peering though a window into the ballot-counting room after the recount of the Marco cityhood vote. Delores Shea then yelled out to the waiting crowd, “We‘re still a city.” The recount was necessary after Collier County election officials learned here was one precinct that was counted twice the week before in the Aug. 28, 1997, vote on incorporation.

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