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Written on Marco Island Code Enforcement Board deals with destruction of gopher tortoise burrows :

in response to happyhorowitz34145:

How does RK Riehman get away with destroying private property, a pond, killing the aquatic life in the pond, improper or no erosion control on Inlet Dr.?
What happened to all the turles on that lot?

By my research and info from around the job site and from valid resources all turtles were removed from the lot at the owners expense by certified animal removers and placed in a sancuary where they can live in peace. RK Reiman followed every state/city law, rule, guidline, code, ect. within working on this lot. Owner of the lot had to pay a ton of money to the state and the process was supervised by Nancy Ritchie who did an amazing job. The pond is private owned and was created by the home owner next door. Once again from valid resources the day the heavy rain happend, because of the lot next to the private pond being higher and the amount of water exceeding the barriers and dredged holes dug to retain water flow. Lime from the ground was washed into the private pond If you do your research insted of posting non factual evidence on an article, No wildlife was harmed and both sides owner Steve Campasono and Rk Reiman are working together at RK Reimans expense to get the private pond back up and running efficiently and Immediately. Go over and see for yourself before you state wrong facts about people and businesses. Not one animal was harmed in the process and everyone within that company is out there working hard. The owner of the private pond speaks the world of RK Reiman for all their efforts and I have great respect for them being a Marco Island citizen and caring about what happens to these animals and also a proud supporter of local businesses

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