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2008 A Year In Review

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CIty Manager Steve Thompson speaks to the Marco Island Taxpayers Association, including MITA President Fay Biles, left, at Marco Community Bank Tuesday evening. He shared his top priorities for the city which were open communication between City Hall and the public as well as protecting residents' investments through maintenance of their city-owned property.
Kelly Farrell/ Staff

080711-MECommunication CIty Manager Steve Thompson speaks to the Marco Island Taxpayers Association, including MITA President Fay Biles, left, at Marco Community Bank Tuesday evening. He shared his top priorities for the city which were open communication between City Hall and the public as well as protecting residents' investments through maintenance of their city-owned property. Kelly Farrell/ Staff

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  • New city councilors Jerry Gibson, Frank Recker and incumbent councilor Bill Trotter rejoice as the election results are confirmed. Quentin Roux/Staff
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CIty Manager Steve Thompson speaks to the Marco Island Taxpayers Association, including MITA President Fay Biles, left, at Marco Community Bank Tuesday evening. He shared his top priorities for the city which were open communication between City Hall and the public as well as protecting residents' investments through maintenance of their city-owned property.
Kelly Farrell/ Staff
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Bald Eagle Towing towed as many as 40 vehicles to area auto repair shops due to mechanical failure caused by flooding. Owner Bud Gruber pulled his own tow truck out using another Bald Eagle Towing truck Wednesday.
Kelly Farrell/ Staff

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