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Naples City Council suggests adding dump truck routes to beach renourishment

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- Naples resident Al Katz asks the Naples City Council to continue with plans to allow a beach renourishment project despite the inconvenience of sending dump trucks through Naples on Wednesday, Sept. 4, 2013. The council voted to recommend that the Collier County Commission add routes to the planned project to spread out the traffic.

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David Albers/Staff - Naples resident Al Katz asks the Naples City Council to continue with plans to allow a beach renourishment project despite the inconvenience of sending dump trucks through Naples on Wednesday, Sept. 4, 2013. The council voted to recommend that the Collier County Commission add routes to the planned project to spread out the traffic.

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- Naples City Councilman Doug Finlay discusses proposed alternative dump truck routes for a planned county-wide beach renourishment project on Wednesday, Sept. 4, 2013. The council voted to recommend that the Collier County Commission add routes to the planned project to spread out the traffic.
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- Audience members listen to the Naples City Council discuss proposed alternative dump truck routes for a planned county-wide beach renourishment project on Wednesday, Sept. 4, 2013. The council voted to recommend that the Collier County Commission add routes to the planned project to spread out the traffic.
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- Audience members listen to the Naples City Council discuss proposed alternative dump truck routes for a planned county-wide beach renourishment project on Wednesday, Sept. 4, 2013. The council voted to recommend that the Collier County Commission add routes to the planned project to spread out the traffic.
  • David Albers/Staff
- Naples resident Al Katz asks the Naples City Council to continue with plans to allow a beach renourishment project despite the inconvenience of sending dump trucks through Naples on Wednesday, Sept. 4, 2013. The council voted to recommend that the Collier County Commission add routes to the planned project to spread out the traffic.
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- Mayor John Sorey, council member Dee Sulik and council member Sam Saad, left to right, listen to fellow Naples City  Council members discuss proposed alternative dump truck routes for a planned county-wide beach renourishment project on Wednesday, Sept. 4, 2013. The council voted to recommend that the Collier County Commission add routes to the planned project to spread out the traffic.
  • David Albers/Staff
- Audience members listen to the Naples City Council discuss proposed alternative dump truck routes for a planned county-wide beach renourishment project on Wednesday, Sept. 4, 2013. The council voted to recommend that the Collier County Commission add routes to the planned project to spread out the traffic.
  • David Albers/Staff
- Naples City Councilman Doug Finlay discusses proposed alternative dump truck routes for a planned county-wide beach renourishment project on Wednesday, Sept. 4, 2013. The council voted to recommend that the Collier County Commission add routes to the planned project to spread out the traffic.
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- Naples resident Sandi Leddy asks the Naples City Council to suspend plans to allow a beach renourishment project to send dump trucks through Naples on Wednesday, Sept. 4, 2013. The council voted to recommend that the Collier County Commission add routes to the planned project to spread out the traffic.
  • David Albers/Staff
- Audience members listen to the Naples City Council discuss proposed alternative dump truck routes for a planned county-wide beach renourishment project on Wednesday, Sept. 4, 2013. The council voted to recommend that the Collier County Commission add routes to the planned project to spread out the traffic.

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