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Larry Magel

See smaller Larry Magel, a retired Marco resident who volunteered to team up with Chairman Bill Trotter to create a productivity report for the City of Marco Island, looks on as City Council decides to put City Manager Steve Thompson back in a sole-responsibility role for hiring five new employees in 2009 without such an investigative report.

Photo by KELLY FARRELL, Staff

Larry Magel, a retired Marco resident who volunteered to team up with Chairman Bill Trotter to create a productivity report for the City of Marco Island, looks on as City Council decides to put City Manager Steve Thompson back in a sole-responsibility role for hiring five new employees in 2009 without such an investigative report.

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  • Larry Magel, a retired Marco resident who volunteered to team up with Chairman Bill Trotter to create a productivity report for the City of Marco Island, looks on as City Council decides to put City Manager Steve Thompson back in a sole-responsibility role for hiring five new employees in 2009 without such an investigative report.

Marco Island City Council candidate Larry Magel's 2010 campaign. Magel is one of four candidates vying for three open council seats in the mail-in ballot election this January.

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