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Marco Island's City Council Budget Sub-Committee met again Thursday at City Hall, attempting to match city expenditures to falling revenues. Chairman Larry Magel asks a question.Lance Shearer/Special to the Eagle

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Marco Island's City Council Budget Sub-Committee met again Thursday at City Hall, attempting to match city expenditures to falling revenues. Chairman Larry Magel asks a question.Lance Shearer/Special to the Eagle

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  • Chairman Larry Magel, and Councilmen Bill Trotter, and Wayne Waldack go over the staff's information. Marco Island's City Council Budget Sub-Committee met again Thursday at City Hall, attempting to match city expenditures to falling revenues. Lance Shearer/Special to the Eagle
  • Marco Island's City Council Budget Sub-Committee met again Thursday at City Hall, attempting to match city expenditures to falling revenues. Chairman Larry Magel asks a question.Lance Shearer/Special to the Eagle
  • Councilor Bill Trotter makes a point. Marco Island's City Council Budget Sub-Committee met again Thursday at City Hall, attempting to match city expenditures to falling revenues. Lance Shearer/Special to the Eagle
  • Chairman Larry Magel, left, crunches the numbers.  Marco Island's City Council Budget Sub-Committee met again Thursday at City Hall, attempting to match city expenditures to falling revenues. Lance Shearer/Special to the Eagle

The Marco Island City Council Budget Sub-Committee held another meeting in the conference room at City Hall Thursday, going through the city budget line by painstaking line. Chairman Larry Magel, and Councilmen Bill Trotter, and Wayne Waldack took a fine-tooth comb to items down to fax machine maintenance contracts, cellphone use by city employees, and embroidered logo shirts.

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