Letter to the Editor: Judy Sacher

During the Community Forum at last night’s City Council Meeting both myself and several others of our community gave our reaction to a 2-page letter that our City Council Chairman wrote in which he goes on at length as to why condominium owners should not support either my husband, Larry Sacher, as well as Ken Honecker and Amadeo Petricca in […]

Letter to the Editor: Larry Magel

While most of us are going to primarily focus on the major races this election cycle, the vote for the next Marco Island City Council is just as important to your personal interests and wallets. Of the nine candidates running for the four open seats, three have openly expressed a bias against the “Condo Owners” of Marco Island. Larry Sacher […]

Letter to the Editor: Larry Magel

Several citizens commented last night about my authoring a memo criticizing some candidates for City Council while endorsing others. They asked that the memo be distributed to all citizens of Marco Island and I indicated I would do so by sending it to the press. Some history is in order to understand the rationale I used to make my recommendations. […]

Letter to the Editor: Marco Island Homeowners

Marco Island Homeowners Background Marco Island is approaching its 12th Anniversary as a City. During the last 12 years we have witnessed a number of decisions by our City Council that did not seem to be popular with many of the “real” fulltime Citizens of Marco (in contrast to those who claim residency primarily to take advantage of Save Our […]

The Marco Players Theater is proud to announce

The Cast of its upcoming production of  Plaza Suite by Neil Simon  Opens: November 7th  For 15 performances  In order of appearance: Act One Mariel Sanchez / Abby Martin – Bell Hop Mai Puccio – Karen Nash Ray Kane – Sam Nash Brandon Anderson – Waiter Lisa Lang – Jean McCormack Act Two Carl S Back – Jesse Kiplinger Michelle Langlas […]

CCSO Seeks Volunteers For Auxiliary Academy In Fall

A few years ago Mike Provost was looking for a way to give back to the community. The 42-year-old computer software specialist had always been intrigued by a career in law enforcement. So when he learned the Collier County Sheriff’s Office had an auxiliary deputy program, he saw it as an opportunity to do both. Provost completed CCSO’s Auxiliary Deputy […]

Sample Ballots for the 2012 General Election are now Available Online

Voters can visit CollierVotes.com to preview their ballots  for the November 6th Election Collier County voters can now view sample ballots for the 2012 General Election online at the CollierVotes.com “My Sample Ballot” web page. The sample ballots provide voters an opportunity to learn what will be on their ballot and study the content before voting. Ballots for the November 6th Election […]


Expanded Recycling Program Now In Local Post Offices Convert your old electronic gadgets to cash!  Going green just got easier, and even profitable, thanks to the initiatives of the U.S. Postal Service. If you have old cellphones, PDAs, digital cameras or any other electronic devices lying around and gathering dust, don’t just toss them out. Give the U.S. Postal Service […]

The 8th Annual ARTHREX Iron Joe Turkey Ride

Sunday November 25, 2012 REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN! Sign up early to $ave! Continental Breakfast and Registration / Check-in Opens at 7:00 AM 62 Mile Routes Start at 7:30 AM (A, B, C and your own pace) 30 Mile Route Starts at 9:00 AM (A, B and your own pace) 5 and 10 Mile Route Starts at 10:00 AM (one or two 5-mile […]

BOO at the ZOO for Half Price!

Animals “Carve” Pumpkins while Kids Trick-or-Treat Make plans to bring your kids or grandkids parading in costume through your zoo while safely trick-or-treating. You’ll all watch rare animals going wild “carving” pumpkins and other treats with tooth, hoof, and claw. Plus the kids get to join in a fun costume contest with great prizes. BOO at the ZOO is happening […]