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Debate over proposed community center for Mackle Park

See larger Laura Brock of Mayer, Hoffman, McCann delivers results on the city’s Fiscal Year 2012 audit Monday during Marco Island’s City Council meeting. Brock’s report disclosed two concerns uncovered during the audit. Cheryl Ferrara/Eagle Correspondent

Laura Brock of Mayer, Hoffman, McCann delivers results on the city’s Fiscal Year 2012 audit Monday during Marco Island’s City Council meeting. Brock’s report disclosed two concerns uncovered during the audit. Cheryl Ferrara/Eagle Correspondent

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  • Bud Palmer, president of the Marco Island Sunrise Rotary Club, presents a representative “big flag” to Tim Pinter, public works director, at Monday’s city council meeting. The actual first “big flag” will be retired and replaced with a new one on Memorial Day. Representatives of the Big Flag Committee to the left are Keith Dameron, in back, Bonnie Garrett and Leo Sutera. Cheryl Ferrara/Eagle Correspondent
  • Council Chuck Kiester, left, listens as Councilor Larry Honig makes a motion Monday to approve in concept Mackle Park’s Community Center, subject to approval of financing and ratification of a contract. The motion was voted down. Cheryl Ferrara/Eagle Correspondent
  • Laura Brock of Mayer, Hoffman, McCann delivers results on the city’s Fiscal Year 2012 audit Monday during Marco Island’s City Council meeting. Brock’s report disclosed two concerns uncovered during the audit. Cheryl Ferrara/Eagle Correspondent
  • Public speaker Richard McGuiness asks representatives of Royal Concrete Concepts about construction of two new buildings at Mackle Park. The community center was discussed Monday during Marco Island’s City Council meeting. Cheryl Ferrara/Eagle Correspondent

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