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Marco Election 2008: Anti-sewer election party

Nick and Marion Carsillo talk with former Collier County Commissioner John Pistor at Konrad's Seafood & Grille Room on Tuesday night. They were at the restaurant awaiting election results. Pistor was the first commissioner from Marco Island.

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Nick and Marion Carsillo talk with former Collier County Commissioner John Pistor at Konrad's Seafood & Grille Room on Tuesday night. They were at the restaurant awaiting election results. Pistor was the first commissioner from Marco Island.

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  • Andrew Guidry shared his election night with his wife Catherine and nearly four-month-old daughter Aubrey. Guidry was not successful in his election to the Marco Island City Council.
  • Roger Hall and wife Linda thank friends and volunteers who helped in his campaign for the Marco Island City Council. Hall was unsuccessful in his bid for a council seat.
  • Supporters of the candidates who opposed the sewer project crowded together to look at election results in the Marco Island City Council election on Tuesday at Konrad's Seafood & Grille Room. The four anti-sewer candidates were defeated.
  • Godfrey Davies, campaign manager for Butch Neylon and council candidate Joe Batte, standing to Davies left, look over early results in the council election on Tuesday. Batte and his anti-sewer running mates were unsuccessful in their efforts to win four council seats.
  • A huge throng lined up on election night at the salad bar at Konrad's Seafood & Grille Room. They were there in support of Joe Batte, Roger Hall, Dr. Andrew Guidry and Butch Neylon who lost their bids for election to the Marco Island City Council.
  • Jim Kennedy became a volunteer master of ceremonies for the election watch at Konrad's Seafood &Grille Room on Tuesday night. Actually, he was trying to direct traffic to the buffet in a restaurant crowded with supporters of candidates Joe Batte, Roger Hall, Butch Neylon and Dr. Andrew Guidry, whom all lost.
  • Nick and Marion Carsillo talk with former Collier County Commissioner John Pistor at Konrad's Seafood & Grille Room on Tuesday night. They were at the restaurant awaiting election results. Pistor was the first commissioner from Marco Island.
  • Herb Savage holds court as Linda Hall, standing, listens to Savage as they await Marco Island City Council election results on Tuesday night. Hill's husband Roger, Joe Batte, Dr. Andrew Guidry and Butch Neylon, who ran as a team, lost their election bids.
  • Supporters of Butch Neylon, Dr. Andrew Guidry, Joe Batte and Roger Hall show their concerns as election returns came in Tuesday night for the Marco Island City Council. As it turned out none of the candidates won election.
  • A room of concerned faces filled Konrad's Seafood & Grille Room on Tuesday night. Early concerns proved to be right as their candidates, Joe Batte, Roger Hall, Butch Neylon and Dr. Andrew Guidry did not win seats on the Marco Island City Council.
  • Marco Island City Council candidate Bucth Neylon, left, watches results Tuesday night on the council election. He was unsuccessful in his bid for a seat.
  • Marco residents interested in the Marco City Council election outcome got to see the results as they went through a line to the salad bar at Konrad's Seafood & Grille Room on Tuesday night.

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