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5th Avenue businesses prepare for facade renovations

Justin Williams, a laborer with Newton Supply & Scaffolding in Osprey, Fla., sets up scaffolding in preparation for facade renovations for a strip of businesses on the 500 block of 5th Avenue South in downtown Naples on Tuesday afternoon.  While most of the six business owners affected said they are pleased for the face lift, Jarred Kaplan, owner of Provident Jewelry, said he sat outside of his business in protest as he fears the timing of the renovations with the holiday shopping season will hurt his business. Tristan Spinski/Staff

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Justin Williams, a laborer with Newton Supply & Scaffolding in Osprey, Fla., sets up scaffolding in preparation for facade renovations for a strip of businesses on the 500 block of 5th Avenue South in downtown Naples on Tuesday afternoon. While most of the six business owners affected said they are pleased for the face lift, Jarred Kaplan, owner of Provident Jewelry, said he sat outside of his business in protest as he fears the timing of the renovations with the holiday shopping season will hurt his business. Tristan Spinski/Staff

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  • Jose Gaucin, top, and Chuck Allen, bottom, both laborers with Newton Supply & Scaffolding in of Osprey, Fla., set up scaffolding in preparation for facade renovations for a strip of businesses on the 500 block of 5th Avenue South in downtown Naples as pedestrians walk by on Tuesday afternoon.  While most of the six business owners affected said they are pleased for the face lift, Jarred Kaplan, owner of Provident Jewelry, said he sat outside of his business in protest as he fears the timing of the renovations with the holiday shopping season will hurt his business. Tristan Spinski/Staff
  • Chuck Allen, left, and Justin Williams, both laborers with Newton Supply & Scaffolding in of Osprey, Fla., set up scaffolding in preparation for facade renovations for a strip of businesses on the 500 block of 5th Avenue South in downtown Naples on Tuesday afternoon.  While most of the six business owners affected said they are pleased for the face lift, Jarred Kaplan, owner of Provident Jewelry, said he sat outside of his business in protest as he fears the timing of the renovations with the holiday shopping season will hurt his business. Tristan Spinski/Staff
  • Justin Williams, a laborer with Newton Supply & Scaffolding in Osprey, Fla., sets up scaffolding in preparation for facade renovations for a strip of businesses on the 500 block of 5th Avenue South in downtown Naples on Tuesday afternoon.  While most of the six business owners affected said they are pleased for the face lift, Jarred Kaplan, owner of Provident Jewelry, said he sat outside of his business in protest as he fears the timing of the renovations with the holiday shopping season will hurt his business. Tristan Spinski/Staff

Workers set up scaffolding in preparation for facade renovations for a strip of businesses on the 500 block of 5th Avenue South in downtown Naples on Tuesday afternoon.

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