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Marco CRA questioned at In the Round

Steve Stefanides questions the panel during the Iberia Bank 'In the Round' CRA presentation Thursday night. He urged that private investment be allowed to take the lead.

Photo by LANCE SHEARER, Special to the Eagle

Steve Stefanides questions the panel during the Iberia Bank "In the Round" CRA presentation Thursday night. He urged that private investment be allowed to take the lead.

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  • Marco City Manager Steve Thompson uses flip charts to lay out the concept for the proposed Town Center CRA at the 'In the Round' meeting Thursday night.
  • Collier County Commissioner Donna Fiala speaks to the audience at the 'In the Round' event Thursday night at Iberia Bank.  Marco City Manager and Councilman Bill Trotter look on.
  • Steve Stefanides questions the panel during the Iberia Bank 'In the Round' CRA presentation Thursday night. He urged that private investment be allowed to take the lead.
  • Marco City Manager Steve Thompson addresses the crowd during the Iberia Bank 'In the Round' presentation Thursday evening. The event explored the advisability of creating a Community Redevelopment Authority, or CRA, on Marco Island.
  • Marco resident Jim Johnston questions the panel during the Iberia Bank 'In the Round' CRA presentation Thursday night.
  • Marco City Councilman Wayne Waldack, left, with necktie, listens to the presentation with other islanders at the 'In the Round' meeting Thursday evening. Waldack was later taken to the hospital by ambulance, after experiencing chest pains.

Marco residents had many questions for panelists at the In the Round held at IberiaBank on Thursday night. The city is creating a Community Redevelopment Area (CRA) for the Island's business district, which is an approximate 250-acre area around the Town Center shopping center.

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