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Mary Storto claps after commissioners consider the option of a referendum vote on the use of taxpayer's money to fund the building of Jackson Labs on Tuesday, Sept. 14, 2010.  Janet Vasey gave a presentation hoping commissioners would consider a mail-in referendum so voters could vote on the 130 million dollars that local taxpayers would have to spend to bring Jackson Labs to Naples. Vasey spoke during the public petition segment of the meeting after submitting a request in late August.

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Mary Storto claps after commissioners consider the option of a referendum vote on the use of taxpayer's money to fund the building of Jackson Labs on Tuesday, Sept. 14, 2010. Janet Vasey gave a presentation hoping commissioners would consider a mail-in referendum so voters could vote on the 130 million dollars that local taxpayers would have to spend to bring Jackson Labs to Naples. Vasey spoke during the public petition segment of the meeting after submitting a request in late August.

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  • Mary Storto claps after commissioners consider the option of a referendum vote on the use of taxpayer's money to fund the building of Jackson Labs on Tuesday, Sept. 14, 2010.  Janet Vasey gave a presentation hoping commissioners would consider a mail-in referendum so voters could vote on the 130 million dollars that local taxpayers would have to spend to bring Jackson Labs to Naples. Vasey spoke during the public petition segment of the meeting after submitting a request in late August.
  • Duane Billington holds signs asking for a vote on the use of taxpayer's money to fund the building of Jackson Labs on Tuesday, Sept. 14, 2010.  Janet Vasey gave a presentation hoping commissioners would consider a mail-in referendum so voters could vote on the 130 million dollars that local taxpayers would have to spend to bring Jackson Labs to Naples. Vasey spoke during the public petition segment of the meeting after submitting a request in late August.
  • Duane Billington holds signs asking for a vote on the use of taxpayer's money to fund the building of Jackson Labs on Tuesday, Sept. 14, 2010.  Janet Vasey gave a presentation hoping commissioners would consider a mail-in referendum so voters could vote on the 130 million dollars that local taxpayers would have to spend to bring Jackson Labs to Naples. Vasey spoke during the public petition segment of the meeting after submitting a request in late August.
  • Janet Vasey speaks in front of the Collier County Commissioners to propose a mail-in referendum on the proposed Jackson Laboratory on Tuesday, Sept. 14, 2010.  Vasey gave a presentation hoping commissioners would consider a mail-in referendum so voters could vote on the 130 million dollars that local taxpayers would have to spend to bring Jackson Labs to Naples. Vasey spoke during the public petition segment of the meeting after submitting a request in late August.
  • Janet Vasey speaks in front of Collier County commissioners Tuesday to propose a mail-in referendum on the proposed Jackson Laboratory.

Collier County Commission rejected a citizen request Tuesday for a mail-in ballot referendum so voters could have their say.

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