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Ed Garrett, left, answers questions about the oil drilling permit application process to community members during a public information session organized by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection at the Golden Gate Community Center on Tuesday, September 10, 2013. Many people from the community came out to express their concern and frustration with the proposed oil drilling of three sites in Collier County.

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Dania Maxwell/Staff Ed Garrett, left, answers questions about the oil drilling permit application process to community members during a public information session organized by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection at the Golden Gate Community Center on Tuesday, September 10, 2013. Many people from the community came out to express their concern and frustration with the proposed oil drilling of three sites in Collier County.

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Steve Spencer, left, answers questions about the oil drilling permit application process to Karen Dwyer, right, and other community members during a public information session organized by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection at the Golden Gate Community Center on Tuesday, September 10, 2013. Many people from the community came out to express their concern and frustration with the proposed oil drilling of three sites in Collier County.
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Pierre Bruno, center, answers questions about the environmental concerns raised by members of the community about the proposed oil drilling sites in Collier County during a public information session organized by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection at the Golden Gate Community Center on Tuesday, September 10, 2013. Many people from the community came out to express their concern and frustrations.
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Richard Kafati, left, and Robert Fulop, right, fill out paperwork during a public information session organized by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection to answer pressing questions about the three different oil drilling sites that are proposed for Collier County at the Golden Gate Community Center on Tuesday, September 10, 2013. Kafati and Fulop are getting a sustainable and organic farm off the ground and are very worried about their close proximity to the oil drilling sites. Many people from the community came out to express their concern and frustrations.
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Levi Sciara, center, answers questions about the environmental questions concerns raised by members about the proposed oil drilling sites in Collier County during a public information session organized by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection at the Golden Gate Community Center on Tuesday, September 10, 2013. Many people from the community came out to express their concern and frustrations.
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Steve Spencer, left, answers questions about the oil drilling permit application process to Karen Dwyer, right, and other community members during a public information session organized by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection at the Golden Gate Community Center on Tuesday, September 10, 2013. Many people from the community came out to express their concern and frustrations with the proposed oil drilling of three sites in Collier County.
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Richard Kafati, left, and Robert Fulop, right, fill out paperwork during a public information session organized by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection to answer questions about the three different oil drilling sites that are proposed for Collier County at the Golden Gate Community Center on Tuesday, September 10, 2013. Kafati and Fulop are getting a sustainable and organic farm off the ground and are very worried about their close proximity to the oil drilling sites. Many people from the community came out to express their concern and frustrations.
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Ed Garrett, left, answers questions about the oil drilling permit application process to community members during a public information session organized by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection at the Golden Gate Community Center on Tuesday, September 10, 2013. Many people from the community came out to express their concern and frustration with the proposed oil drilling of three sites in Collier County.
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Pierre Bruno, center, answers questions about the environmental concerns raised by members of the community about the proposed oil drilling sites in Collier County during a public information session organized by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection at the Golden Gate Community Center on Tuesday, September 10, 2013. Many people from the community came out to express their concern and frustrations.
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Pierre Bruno refers a community member to a different table during a public information session organized by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection to answer questions about the proposed oil drilling sites in Collier County at the Golden Gate Community Center on Tuesday, September 10, 2013. Many people from the community came out to express their concern and frustrations.
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President of Preserve Our Paradise, Joe Mule, left, shares a diagram he researched showing where the proposed oil drilling will impact the environment during a public information session organized by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection to answer questions about the proposed oil drilling of three sites in Collier County at the Golden Gate Community Center on Tuesday, September 10, 2013.

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