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Capt. Mike Bailey and his 8-year-old Labradoodle, Maggie, sit for a portrait as they cruise through Naples Bay on his boat 'Ms. B. Haven' in March 2012. Bailey, of Naples and owner of a fishing and eco tour charter company, purposely broke the speed limit to get a citation so he could challenge the legal validity of the speed zone in the southern section of Naples Bay - a speed zone the second-generation charter fishing captain said has no legal, practical, environmental or safety basis, and has cost him precious time and money while running his business over the years.

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Capt. Mike Bailey and his 8-year-old Labradoodle, Maggie, sit for a portrait as they cruise through Naples Bay on his boat "Ms. B. Haven" in March 2012. Bailey, of Naples and owner of a fishing and eco tour charter company, purposely broke the speed limit to get a citation so he could challenge the legal validity of the speed zone in the southern section of Naples Bay - a speed zone the second-generation charter fishing captain said has no legal, practical, environmental or safety basis, and has cost him precious time and money while running his business over the years.

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Capt. Mike Bailey and his 8-year-old Labradoodle, Maggie, sit for a portrait as they cruise through Naples Bay on his boat 'Ms. B. Haven' in March 2012. Bailey, of Naples and owner of a fishing and eco tour charter company, purposely broke the speed limit to get a citation so he could challenge the legal validity of the speed zone in the southern section of Naples Bay - a speed zone the second-generation charter fishing captain said has no legal, practical, environmental or safety basis, and has cost him precious time and money while running his business over the years.
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Capt. Mike Bailey and his 8-year-old Labradoodle, Maggie, sit for a portrait as they cruise through Naples Bay on his boat 'Ms. B. Haven' on Thursday evening. Bailey, of Naples and owner of a fishing and eco tour charter company, purposely broke the speed limit to get a citation so he could challenge the legal validity of the speed zone in the southern section of Naples Bay - a speed zone the second-generation charter fishing captain said has no legal, practical, environmental or safety basis, and has cost him precious time and money while running his business over the years.
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Capt. Mike Bailey and his 8-year-old Labradoodle, Maggie, sit for a portrait as they cruise through Naples Bay on his boat 'Ms. B. Haven' on Thursday evening. Bailey, of Naples and owner of a fishing and eco tour charter company, purposely broke the speed limit to get a citation so he could challenge the legal validity of the speed zone in the southern section of Naples Bay - a speed zone the second-generation charter fishing captain said has no legal, practical, environmental or safety basis, and has cost him precious time and money while running his business over the years.

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