Sunday, December 20, 2020

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December 16, 2020
Naples, FL (December 16, 2020) – Today, City Council approved the modification to the prepayment reductions for parking violations. Effective tomorrow, December 17, 2020, if a parking violation is paid within 10-days, the $102 fine will be reduced to $77.00. There will no longer be a reduction in parking violations if paid prior to 60 days. 

In addition to amending parking violation fees, City Council approved a pilot program to convert some parking spaces along the beach for beach parking permits only. Effective January 1, 2021, there will be 363 designated parking spaces on the following twenty-two (22) beach ends reserved for City of Naples and Collier County beach parking permit holders only. These permits are only available to City or County residents.

The City will continue to provide adequate parking to the public (non-permit holders). Metered parking will continue at the remaining sixteen (16) beach ends / blocks. Allowance for beach parking permit holders to park at metered locations will remain.
Beach parking permit-only locations:
·        7th Avenue North
·        North Lake Drive
·        6th Avenue North
·        4th Avenue North
·        3rd Avenue North
·        2nd Avenue North
·        1st Avenue North
·        Central Avenue
·        1st Avenue South
·        2nd Avenue South
·        3rd Avenue South
·        4th Avenue South
·        6th Avenue South
·        7th Avenue South
·        9th Avenue South
·        10th Avenue South
·        15th Avenue South
·        16th Avenue South
·        17th Avenue South
·        18th Avenue South
·        32nd Avenue South
·        33rd Avenue South
Metered / pay station locations:
·        Seagate Drive beach access
·        Horizon Way
·        Vedado Way
·        Via Miramar
·        Lowdermilk Park
·        8th Avenue North
·        5th Avenue South
·        8th Avenue South
·        11th Avenue South
·        Broad Avenue South
·        Broad Avenue South – 100 Block
·        Broad Avenue South – 200 Block
·        Pier / 12th Avenue South
·        13th Avenue South
·        13th Avenue South – 100 Block
·        14th Avenue South
A fifty-cent increase of the hourly rate at the beach parking pay stations will also go into effect on January 1, 2021. The new rate will be $3.00 an hour. 

City residents can obtain a beach parking permit at City Hall located at 735 8th Street South. A valid driver’s license and current registration is required or a Collier County tax document showing proof of ownership if residency is out of state.

Collier County residents can obtain a beach parking permit at the following Collier County locations:
  • Collier County Tax Collector (Main Government Complex) – 3291 Tamiami Trail East, Naples
  • Donna Fiala Eagle Lakes Community Park – 11565 Tamiami Trail East, Naples
  • East Naples Community Park – 3500 Thomasson Drive, Naples
  • Fred W Coyle Freedom Park – 1515 Golden Gate Parkway, Naples
  • Golden Gate Community Center – 4701 Golden Gate Parkway, Naples
  • Immokalee Community Park – 321 North 1st Street, Immokalee
  • Immokalee South Park – 418 School Drive, Immokalee
  • Marco Island Library – 210 S. Heathwood Drive, Marco Island
  • Max A. Hasse Jr. Community Park - 3390 Golden Gate Boulevard West, Naples
  • Naples Central Regional Library – 650 Central Avenue, Naples
  • North Collier Regional Park Exhibit Hall – 15000 Livingston Road, Naples
  • Orange Blossom Government Center – 2335 Orange Blossom Drive, Naples
  • Veterans Community Park – 1895 Veterans Park Drive, Naples
  • Vineyards Community Park – 6231 Arbor Boulevard, Naples

For more information, visit or call (239) 213-1800. Collier County residents may go to: for more information on locations for permits.

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Update on former Pelican Nursery at the corner of Immokalee and 951

The Pointe is slated for completion in summer 2021 with the first businesses targeted to open that fall. All restaurants coming there will have outdoor seating. Vertical construction began this fall on The Pointe at Founders Square. Steel girders now formt he skeleton of what will be a 38,000-square-foot restaurant-retail hub nearest one of the busiest intersections in Collier County. About two-thirds of the tenants coming to The Pointe are already known. Most of the businesses have been heralded by Trinity Commercial Group — the Estero-based real estate firm that co-owns Founders Square with Naples-based Barron Collier Corp. and Philadelphia-based Metro Commercial.

The tallest girders in the center mark the entrance to the second location of South Street City Oven and Grill, which will anchor the horseshoe-shaped cluster on more than 5 acres. The 6,200-square-foot South Street will be flanked by the fourth area location of Tacos & Tequilla Cantina and a nearly 6,000-square-foot steakhouse yet to be named. Skillets breakfast-lunch restaurant will locate next to the Tex-Mex venue while Luxury Nails & Spa and a national retailer will round out that southwestern leg of The Pointe. Fuji Sushi Bar & Asian Bistro and Palumbo’s Pizzeria will be built out in units on the northeastern leg, with a few other businesses yet to be announced.

The Haldeman Luxury Apartments, a 400-unit residential community, is being built along the southern edge and southeast corner of Founders Square. A substantial part of Founders Square’s acreage is reserved for The Haldeman apartment community. The multifamily residential units are planned for five four-story buildings on more than 23 acres with large lakes and rows of trees separating the new apartments from the existing Tuscany Cove community to its south. The concrete shell for a nearly 35,000-square-foot medical office building was quickly erected in late October with tilt walls near Founder Square’s Collier Boulevard entrance, which will have a bridge over the canal and a new traffic signal in line with the entrance to Pebblebrooke Center. Physicians Regional Healthcare System signed a 15-year lease for the two-story building under construction south of The Pointe.

Meanwhile, passersby will notice a large, metal frame taking shape smack-dab in the middle of Founders Square. That’s where a Georgia firm is developing a climate-controlled, 110,000-square-foot, three-story self storage facility. Alpharetta-based Founders Square Storage LLC purchased the 2.3 acres in July for $2.65 million.

A Circle K convenience store with a gas station also has been proposed near The Pointe and between the two entrances into Founders Square on the south side of Immokalee Road. A site development plan for the construction of a new 5,394-square-foot convenience store with nine, dual-sided fueling pumps with an overhead canopy has been proposed, county records show, but this project is not a done deal yet.

The concrete shell for a nearly 35,000-square-foot medical office building was quickly erected in late October with tilt walls near Founder Square’s Collier Boulevard entrance, which will have a bridge over the canal and a new traffic signal in line with the entrance to Pebblebrooke Center.

Monday, October 19, 2020

 Let's Talk... Hot Off The Press

Can't remember the name of that song? Now you can hum it to Google

Jessica Guynn


Ever had a song stuck in your head that just keeps playing over and over but you can’t recall the name or even the words?

Then this may be music to your ears. Google now offers a simple cure for earworms or stuck song syndrome: You can hum, whistle or sing the tune, even off key, and Google will rustle up a short list of possibilities.

On your iOS device, open the Google app or find the Google Search widget. Tap the mic icon and say: “What’s this song” or click the “Search a song button.” Then hum for 10 to 15 seconds.

Monday, September 28, 2020


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Amazon redesigns Echo, 

unveils car security, 

flying Ring indoor drone 

and Luna gaming service

Jefferson GrahamUSA TODAY

Amazon unleashed a slew of new products Thursday, including an indoor security drone, car security products, a redesigned Echo speaker with a spherical look and a gaming service.

Click link above for the full story.

Wednesday, July 22, 2020

Let's Talk Hot Off The Press...

Collier County Commission Approves Face Mask Mandate
During an emergency meeting, 
Tuesday, July 21, Collier County 
Commissioners passed a mandatory 
mask ordinance that takes effect 
immediately. They voted in favor 
of an ordinance requiring people to 
wear face coverings in businesses, 
nonprofits and in most other public 
buildings in unincorporated portions 
of Collier County to curb the spread 
of coronavirus. It doesn't apply to the 
city of Naples and Marco Island unless 
they opt in.
Some exemptions to the order include:
>Business owners, managers, and employees 
who are in an area of a business establishment 
that is not open to customers, patrons or the public, 
provided that 6 feet of distance exists between employees. 
This exception does not apply to employees who are 
present in the kitchen or other food and beverages 
preparation area of a restaurant or food establishment.

>Children nine years of age and younger.

>Anyone who has one or more medical conditions or 
disabilities that prevent wearing a face covering.


Wednesday, July 8, 2020

Let's Talk... Hot Off the Press!!!
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Naples, Florida

Friday, June 19, 2020

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BHHS Florida Realty Naples, Florida