Patti Ericksen, center, waits as her husband Jerry, not pictured, loads their boat onto a trailer at the Cocohatchee River Park and boat launch on April 22, 2010, near the Aqua development. Aqua, situated on the corner of Vanderbilt Drive and Wiggins Pass Road, was started in 2005, only has one of the two originally planned towers finished. And until the second tower is finished, the deal in which the developer would pay up to $2 million for various improved boating access in North Naples won't be required. Greg Kahn/Staff

Photo by GREG KAHN

Patti Ericksen, center, waits as her husband Jerry, not pictured, loads their boat onto a trailer at the Cocohatchee River Park and boat launch on April 22, 2010, near the Aqua development. Aqua, situated on the corner of Vanderbilt Drive and Wiggins Pass Road, was started in 2005, only has one of the two originally planned towers finished. And until the second tower is finished, the deal in which the developer would pay up to $2 million for various improved boating access in North Naples won't be required. Greg Kahn/Staff

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