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See larger Boaters weave their way through Wiggins Pass Wednesday afternoon on their way out to the Gulf of Mexico.  The current channel brings them to within feet of the shoreline but Collier County commissioners voted to restart the project to straighten the channel and seek a permit from the Department of Environmental Protection.  Michel Fortier/Staff

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Boaters weave their way through Wiggins Pass Wednesday afternoon on their way out to the Gulf of Mexico. The current channel brings them to within feet of the shoreline but Collier County commissioners voted to restart the project to straighten the channel and seek a permit from the Department of Environmental Protection. Michel Fortier/Staff

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  • Boaters weave their way through Wiggins Pass Wednesday afternoon on their way out to the Gulf of Mexico.  The current channel brings them to within feet of the shoreline but Collier County commissioners voted to restart the project to straighten the channel and seek a permit from the Department of Environmental Protection.  Michel Fortier/Staff
  • Boaters weave their way through Wiggins Pass Wednesday afternoon on their way out to the Gulf of Mexico.  The current channel brings them to within feet of the shoreline but Collier County commissioners voted to restart the project to straighten the channel and seek a permit from the Department of Environmental Protection.  Michel Fortier/Staff
  • Boaters weave their way through Wiggins Pass Wednesday afternoon on their way out to the Gulf of Mexico.  The current channel brings them to within feet of the shoreline but Collier County commissioners voted to restart the project to straighten the channel and seek a permit from the Department of Environmental Protection.  Michel Fortier/Staff
  • Boaters weave their way through Wiggins Pass Wednesday afternoon on their way out to the Gulf of Mexico.  The current channel brings them to within feet of the shoreline but Collier County commissioners voted to restart the project to straighten the channel and seek a permit from the Department of Environmental Protection.  Michel Fortier/Staff
  • Boaters weave their way through Wiggins Pass Wednesday afternoon on their way out to the Gulf of Mexico.  The current channel brings them to within feet of the shoreline but Collier County commissioners voted to restart the project to straighten the channel and seek a permit from the Department of Environmental Protection.  Michel Fortier/Staff
  • The Pelican Bay Yacht Club water taxi makes it's way around a sand bar and a fisherman in Wiggins Pass Wednesday after dropping passengers at the beach.  The current channel brings boats to within feet of the shoreline on their way in and out of the gulf but Collier County commissioners voted to restart the project to straighten the channel and seek a permit from the Department of Environmental Protection.  Michel Fortier/Staff
  • Boaters weave their way through Wiggins Pass Wednesday afternoon on their way out to the Gulf of Mexico.  The current channel brings them to within feet of the shoreline but Collier County commissioners voted to restart the project to straighten the channel and seek a permit from the Department of Environmental Protection.  Michel Fortier/Staff

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