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See larger Marco Island Taxpayers' Association President Fay Biles has no problem asking the tough questions of the council candidates at a forum MITA hosted Friday night at Mackle Park.

Christine Harrison, Special to the Eagle

Marco Island Taxpayers' Association President Fay Biles has no problem asking the tough questions of the council candidates at a forum MITA hosted Friday night at Mackle Park.

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  • Marco Island Taxpayers' Association President Fay Biles has no problem asking the tough questions of the council candidates at a forum MITA hosted Friday night at Mackle Park.
  • Bill Duncan, Vice President of the Marco Island Taxpayers' Association, introduces the four Marco City Council candidates vying for three open council seats in the 2010 election. Duncan, far right, was the emcee of the forum hosted by MITA at Mackle Park Friday night. The candidates, left to right, are Joe Batte, incumbent Ted Forcht, incumbent Chuck Kiester and Larry Magel.
  • Councilman Ted Forcht, speaks with voters Friday at the candidates' forum hosted by the Marco Island Taxpayers' Association. Forcht is vying for reelection in 2010.
  • Marco Councilman Chuck Kiester, who is vying for reelection in 2010, talks with residents at the Marco Island Taxpayers' Association forum Friday night.
  • Marco council candidate Larry Magel shares his perspective with Islanders Friday at the candidates' forum hosted by the Marco Island Taxpayers' Association Friday night at Mackle Park.
  • Joe Batte, Marco City Council 2010 candidate at MITA forum Friday, Dec. 11

Candidates share their views with Islanders at a council candidate forum hosted by the Marco Island Taxpayers' Association Friday.

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