Would Tim Nance or one of his supporters or who ever had the chutzpah to place the “Tim Nance for Collier County Commissioner District 5” campaign sign at the back of my property on Pine Ridge Road, please call me to arrange for a pickup of his sign.
I don’t want it on my property.
I couldn’t believe my eyes or my ears when my wife told me today that someone had placed a Tim Nance sign on my property right next to Bill McDaniel’s Commissioner for District 3 sign.
Election Beach Issues
I have nothing against Tim Nance other than about a year ago I noticed Tim Nance started showing up at the Collier County Commissioner meetings and in one instance voiced his objection to the proposed restaurant facility at Vanderbilt Beach. Being that Tim Nance is from Golden Gate Estates, a relatively inland rural community, you would have thought that he would be supportive of a beach restaurant on county property at Vanderbilt Beach. But Tim Nance did not like the idea of affordable food on the beach, under a shade, and within feet of the Gulf of Mexico.
This doesn’t make sense to me at all and I called up to Tim Nance and told him as much. The people of District 5 would love to have a place to eat on the coast just like the one the county proposed and Tim Nance objected to.
Should Tim Nance be elected Collier County Commissioner for District 5 I would hope that he realizes the importance of recreation along the beach and how important it is for hard-working people to have time to relax to sunbathe, to walk on the beach and have a swim in the cool waters that grace our coastline.
Jim Coletta, has been a long time supporter of beach access and realized early on that getting his District 5 constituents to the beach, is a primary concern and right worth fighting for.