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Collier County Commissioner Georgia Hiller, left, talks about why she opposes the current Immokalee master plan before voting against it on Dec. 13, 2011. The plan, which needed a supermajority, did not pass with commissioner Georgia Hiller opposing and Henning abstaining because of what he said was a conflict of interest.

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Greg Kahn/Staff Collier County Commissioner Georgia Hiller, left, talks about why she opposes the current Immokalee master plan before voting against it on Dec. 13, 2011. The plan, which needed a supermajority, did not pass with commissioner Georgia Hiller opposing and Henning abstaining because of what he said was a conflict of interest.

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Collier County Commissioner Tom Henning, center, asks for clarification from Bob Mulhere, right, Immokalee master plan consultant, and Ray Bellows, left, Collier County zoning manager, before voting on the master plan on Dec. 13, 2011. The plan, which needed a supermajority, did not pass with commissioner Georgia Hiller opposing and Henning abstaining because of what he said was a conflict of interest.
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Clockwise from left, Bradley Muckel, project manager at Immokalee Community Redevelopment Agency, Cristina Perez, supervisor at Collier County code enforcement, Christie Betancourt, administrative assistant at Immokalee CRA, and Penny Phillippi, Executive Director of Immokalee CRA, look over parts of the Immokalee Master Plan during a Collier County Commissioners meeting in Naples on Dec. 13, 2011. The plan, which needed a supermajority to pass, only received three votes in favor, with commissioner Georgia Hiller voting against, and Tom Henning abstaining.
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Collier County Commissioner Georgia Hiller, left, talks about why she opposes the current Immokalee master plan before voting against it on Dec. 13, 2011. The plan, which needed a supermajority, did not pass with commissioner Georgia Hiller opposing and Henning abstaining because of what he said was a conflict of interest.
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Collier County Commissioner Georgia Hiller, left, talks about why she opposes the current Immokalee master plan before voting against it on Dec. 13, 2011. The plan, which needed a supermajority, did not pass with commissioner Georgia Hiller opposing and Henning abstaining because of what he said was a conflict of interest.
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Tim Nance addresses Collier County Commissioners during a Commissioners meeting to decide on the Immokalee Master Plan on Dec. 13, 2011. The plan, which needed a supermajority, did not pass, with commissioner Georgia Hiller opposing and Tom Henning abstaining because of what he said was a conflict of interest.
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Immokalee master plan consultants answer questions from Collier County commissioners during a Commissioners meeting on the Immokalee Master Plan on Dec. 13, 2011. The plan, which needed a supermajority, did not pass, with commissioner Georgia Hiller opposing and Tom Henning abstaining because of what he said was a conflict of interest.
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Immokalee master plan consultants answer questions from Collier County commissioners during a Commissioners meeting on the Immokalee Master Plan on Dec. 13, 2011. The plan, which needed a supermajority, did not pass, with commissioner Georgia Hiller opposing and Tom Henning abstaining because of what he said was a conflict of interest.
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Collier County Commissioner Tom Henning, right, asks for clarification from Carolina Valera, principal planner, before voting on the Immokalee Master Plan on Dec. 13, 2011. The plan, which needed a supermajority, did not pass, with commissioner Georgia Hiller opposing and Henning abstaining because of what he said was a conflict of interest.
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Scenes during the Collier County Commissioners meeting on the Immokalee Master Plan on Dec. 13, 2011. The plan, which needed a supermajority, did not pass, with commissioner Georgia Hiller opposing and Tom Henning abstaining because of what he said was a conflict of interest.
  • Greg Kahn/Staff
Collier County Commissioner Tom Henning, center, asks for clarification from Bob Mulhere, right, Immokalee master plan consultant, and Ray Bellows, left, Collier County zoning manager, before voting on the master plan on Dec. 13, 2011. The plan, which needed a supermajority, did not pass with commissioner Georgia Hiller opposing and Henning abstaining because of what he said was a conflict of interest.

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