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Marco council members sworn in

Collier County Judge Robert Crown.

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Collier County Judge Robert Crown.

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New Marco City Council members Larry Magel, Joe Batte, and returning councilor Chuck Kiester are sworn in on Monday night.
  • Marco's new-look council members pose for a portrait. Back, Larry Magel, Chuck Kiester, Wayne Waldack and Joe Batte. In front are Jerry Gibson, Frank Recker and Bill Trotter. Photo by Kelly Farrell/Staff
  • Marco Island Boy Scout troop visits Marco City Council on Monday night.
  • Collier County Judge Robert Crown.
  • A symbolic bullet next to the name of new councilor Larry Magel represents a light-hearted dig by new Chairman Frank Recker over an election ruckus whereby Magel was said to have been successful because of 'bullet voting' - voting for only one candidate.
  • Inspector Bruce Yakola is Marco's employee of the month.
  • The third time is a charm for new Marco City Councilmen Joe Batte as former council woman Terri DiSciullo pins a charm on Batte, who won the most recent of three attempts at a seat. The charm for Batte was one of the light-hearted jabs the new Chairman Frank Recker, gave as a welcome token to the new council members. Batte, Larry Magel and the reelected Chuck Kiester were sworn in as councilmen Monday night
  • Chairwoman of Marco Beautification Advisory Committee Syd Mellinger presents Marco's Tree City USA designation to City Council on Monday night.
  • About 10 years in the making Marco is coined a Tree City USA by the American Arbor Day Foundation.
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The three elected members of Marco's City Council were sworn in by Collier County Judge Robert Crown on Monday night.

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