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Marco Island City Council members Chuck Kiester, left, and Frank Recker talk during a town hall meeting in the Community Room on the Marco Island city government campus Monday night. Marco Island City Council members held the town hall meeting evening to answer questions that were submitted about various topics such as water and sewer rights, a possible new community center at Mackle Park and city planning. The audience was then allowed to ask questions along the same topic lines and other issues in an open forum.

Lexey Swall/Staff Marco Island City Council members Chuck Kiester, left, and Frank Recker talk during a town hall meeting in the Community Room on the Marco Island city government campus Monday night. Marco Island City Council members held the town hall meeting evening to answer questions that were submitted about various topics such as water and sewer rights, a possible new community center at Mackle Park and city planning. The audience was then allowed to ask questions along the same topic lines and other issues in an open forum.

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Peter Piro, right, asks the Marco Island City Council if there can be reclaimed water in the areas that will be sewered in the next one-to-three years during town hall meeting in the Community Room on the Marco Island city government campus Monday night. The council responded by saying they have been thinking about that topic, and city staff said in one month they will have numbers and information to present to the people. Marco Island City Council members held the town hall meeting to answer questions that were submitted about various topics such as water and sewer rights, a possible new community center at Mackle Park and city planning. The audience were then allowed to ask questions along the same topic lines and other issues in an open forum.
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Marco Island resident resident Ken Honecker, left, asks the first question during a town hall meeting in the Community Room on the Marco Island city government campus Monday night. Marco Island City Council members held the town hall meeting evening to answer questions that were submitted about various topics such as water and sewer rights, a possible new community center at Mackle Park and city planning. The audience was then allowed to ask questions along the same topic lines and other issues in an open forum.
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Marco Island City Council members Chuck Kiester, left, and Frank Recker talk during a town hall meeting in the Community Room on the Marco Island city government campus Monday night. Marco Island City Council members held the town hall meeting evening to answer questions that were submitted about various topics such as water and sewer rights, a possible new community center at Mackle Park and city planning. The audience was then allowed to ask questions along the same topic lines and other issues in an open forum.
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Bruce Novark, right, stands in the back of the room listening during a town hall meeting in the Community Room on the Marco Island city government campus Monday night. 'I think here on he island, and nationally, we the folks...are paid scant attention,' said Novark, a member of GOOOH Florida - a non-partisan movement to oust career policitians. 'I think often the elected people are much more interested in their careers and their perks and their reelection.' Marco Island City Council members held the town hall meeting evening to answer questions that were submitted about various topics such as water and sewer rights, a possible new community center at Mackle Park and city planning. The audience was then allowed to ask questions along the same topic lines and other issues in an open forum.
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Marco Island City Council members held a town hall meeting Monday evening to answer questions that were submitted about various topics such as water and sewer rights, a possible new community center at Mackle Park and city planning. The audience was then allowed to ask questions along the same topic lines and other issues in an open forum.
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Marco Island City Council members held a town hall meeting Monday evening to answer questions that were submitted about various topics such as water and sewer rights, a possible new community center at Mackle Park and city planning. The audience was then allowed to ask questions along the same topic lines and other issues in an open forum.
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Marco Island City Council member Joe Batte, right, talks with Bob Brown, a member of the Marco Island city planning board, before a town all meeting Monday evening. Coucil held the meeting to answer questions that were submitted about various topics such as water and sewer rights, a possible new community center at Mackle Park and city planning. The audience was then allowed to ask questions along the same topic lines and other issues in an open forum.
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Dick Adams, left of center, talks to a fellow island resident during a town hall meeting Monday evening on Marco Island. Marco Island City Council members held the town hall meeting to answer questions that were submitted about various topics such as water and sewer rights, a possible new community center at Mackle Park and city planning. The audience was then allowed to ask questions along the same topic lines and other issues in an open forum.
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Supervisor of Elections Jennifer Edwards, right, reads submitted questions during a town hall meeting  in the Community Room on the Marco Island city government campus Monday night. Marco Island City Council members held the town hall meeting to answer questions that were submitted about various topics such as water and sewer rights, a possible new community center at Mackle Park and city planning. The audience was then allowed to ask questions along the same topic lines and other issues in an open forum.
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Marco Island City Coucil Vice Chairman Larry Magel, second from right, speaks during a town hall meeting in the Community Room on the Marco Island city government campus Monday night. Marco Island City Council members held the town hall meeting evening to answer questions that were submitted about various topics such as water and sewer rights, a possible new community center at Mackle Park and city planning. The audience was then allowed to ask questions along the same topic lines and other issues in an open forum.
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Bruce Novark, top, stands in the back of the room listening during a town hall meeting in the Community Room on the Marco Island city government campus Monday night. 'I think here on he island, and nationally, we the folks...are paid scant attention,' said Novark, a member of GOOOH Florida - a non-partisan movement to oust career policitians. 'I think often the elected people are much more interested in their careers and their perks and their reelection.' Marco Island City Council members held the town hall meeting evening to answer questions that were submitted about various topics such as water and sewer rights, a possible new community center at Mackle Park and city planning. The audience was then allowed to ask questions along the same topic lines and other issues in an open forum.
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Marco Island resident Sam Johnson, left, talks with council member Bill Trotter, during a break in a town hall meeting in the Community Room on the Marco Island city government campus Monday night. Marco Island City Council members held the town hall meeting evening to answer questions that were submitted about various topics such as water and sewer rights, a possible new community center at Mackle Park and city planning. The audience was then allowed to ask questions along the same topic lines and other issues in an open forum.
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Ray Seward, right, follows Marco Island City Council Chairman Jerry Gibson out of the bathroom while continuing to try to talk to him during a break in a town hall meeting in the Community Room on the Marco Island city government campus Monday night. Marco Island City Council members held the town hall meeting evening to answer questions that were submitted about various topics such as water and sewer rights, a possible new community center at Mackle Park and city planning. The audience was then allowed to ask questions along the same topic lines and other issues in an open forum.
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Ray Seward, right, talks to Marco Island City Council Chairman Jerry Gibson during a break in a town hall meeting in the Community Room on the Marco Island city government campus Monday night. Marco Island City Council members held the town hall meeting evening to answer questions that were submitted about various topics such as water and sewer rights, a possible new community center at Mackle Park and city planning. The audience was then allowed to ask questions along the same topic lines and other issues in an open forum.
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Marco Island resident Peter Piro and his wife, Suzanne Piro, right, talk to Marco Island City Council member Chuck Kiester, left, during a break in a town hall meeting in the Community Room on the Marco Island city government campus Monday night. Marco Island City Council members held the town hall meeting to answer questions that were submitted about various topics such as water and sewer rights, a possible new community center at Mackle Park and city planning. The audience was then allowed to ask questions along the same topic lines and other issues in an open forum.
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Marco Island City Council members listen to Peter Weidner, left, during a town hall meeting in the Community Room on the Marco Island city government campus Monday night. Weidner told council members how his wife, Penny, had a heart attack in October and it took them more than an hour to get to NCH Downtown Naples Hospital. He expressed how he doesn't trust the services at Physician's Regional-Collier Boulevard and elected to go to NCH. He hopes Marco Island will someday get a full-time emergency medical center. Marco Island City Council members held the town hall meeting evening to answer questions that were submitted about various topics such as water and sewer rights, a possible new community center at Mackle Park and city planning. The audience was then allowed to ask questions along the same topic lines and other issues in an open forum.
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Marco Island City Council member Wayne Waldack listens during town hall meeting in the Community Room on the Marco Island city government campus Monday night. Marco Island City Council members held the town hall meeting to answer questions that were submitted about various topics such as water and sewer rights, a possible new community center at Mackle Park and city planning. The audience was then allowed to ask questions along the same topic lines and other issues in an open forum.
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Marco Island City Council Chairman Jerry Gibson talks during town hall meeting in the Community Room on the Marco Island city government campus Monday night. Marco Island City Council members held the town hall meeting to answer questions that were submitted about various topics such as water and sewer rights, a possible new community center at Mackle Park and city planning. The audience was then allowed to ask questions along the same topic lines and other issues in an open forum.

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