Greg Griffin of Florida-Georgia Grove LLP and Doug Hendley, chief of security for Collier County, stand outside a locked fence to the Ted Smallwood's Store on Friday. Griffin's company tore up the street leading to the property and put up the locked fence as access to the store was through the company's property. The action was taken to force approval of a permit request to develop a marina river basin on the property. The company had learned that a permit request recommendation by the Army Corps of Engineers was to deny the permit because access to the store would become a problem. The permit sought another access on Smallwood property.

Photo by ROGER LALONDE

Greg Griffin of Florida-Georgia Grove LLP and Doug Hendley, chief of security for Collier County, stand outside a locked fence to the Ted Smallwood's Store on Friday. Griffin's company tore up the street leading to the property and put up the locked fence as access to the store was through the company's property. The action was taken to force approval of a permit request to develop a marina river basin on the property. The company had learned that a permit request recommendation by the Army Corps of Engineers was to deny the permit because access to the store would become a problem. The permit sought another access on Smallwood property.

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