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Even on a calm day, only a mangrove covered berm separates Hideaway Beach's building 6000 from the surf. Photograph was taken by Paul Fernstrum, a member of the Hideaway Beach Tax District Board, at 4:56 p.m. on Feb. 16 during a high tide of 2.6 feet.
Sand will be added to Marco Island's south beach starting in March. Breakwaters and jetties will then be repaired to help hold the new sand. Cheryl Ferrara/Eagle Correspondent Nancy Richie, city environmental specialist, reports on water quality
Jim Hughes, acting chairman of the Isles of Capri Fire District board, listens Friday as Matt Crowder explains how he would like to see better treatment of the fire board by county staff. Cheryl Ferrara/Eagle Correspondent Resident John Rogers tells
Apparently Mr. Arceri intends to follow-through on a statement he made to me in a private e-mail in which he promised to do everything I can to see that you are not elected (sic). As to his statement defining what makes a good city councilor, Im not
Jim Zimmerman of Keep Collier Beautiful presents beach cleanup ideas Wednesday to Marco Island's Beach Advisory Committee. Nancy Richie, environmentalist for the City of Marco Island, reported Wednesday that red tide, an aquatic algal bloom that can
Two baby sea turtles are released into the Gulf of Mexico at Vanderbilt Beach on Wednesday. The county has seen an increase in the number of nests this year and more could still appear in the next week or two. As the Gulf of Mexico water temperatures
Outdoor seating awaits customers at Chefs' Express on Marco Island. Owner Rick Feinman is at the forefront of a battle over impact fees between the City of Marco Island and local restaurants. Approximately three months after Feinman expanded his
Conservancy of Southwest Florida is suing Key Marco Community Association and the City of Marco Island, asking a judge to halt all vegetation removal and permits and to require the community to file a signed copy of a 1990 conservation easement.
A local environmental activist took his federal lawsuit against the U.S...Florida Department of Environmental Protection) is complicit, in my opinion. Sanchez is also concerned that the city contractors, Quality Enterprises, which was compelled to
AG's opinion may not be the final word on the spending cap Voters to decided whether to approve another amendment to their spending cap AG says just because spending caps not legal for counties doesn't mean Marco's is not legal As voters decide