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GSAC Hosted “Charging Ahead” Electric Vehicle Forum

Thank you to everyone who attended the "Charging Ahead: A Guide to Electric Vehicle Installation, Policy Implementation, and Insurance Considerations" Forum last Monday, February 19, 2024. The forum featured presentations from industry experts, including: • Jackson Haskell from Guardian EV discussed the installation of EV charging stations. • Joe Thompson with Acrisure discussed the insurance [...]

2024-02-21T17:19:48+00:00

Voters Beware: Dirty Tricks in the Air!

By Pam Nicholls GSAC Board Member Submit questions or feedback online  Registered voters in the City of Naples are being bombarded with campaign literature. That’s not unusual during a run-up to a General Election. What distinguishes the current Mayoral race from past campaigns is the means of delivery, the origins of the messaging, and the negative rhetoric [...]

2024-02-21T22:23:36+00:00

Favorable Prospects for Tax Relief for Casualty Losses Attributable to Hurricane Ian

By Jim Melican, GSAC Board Member Submit questions or feedback online  On January 31, the U.S. House of Representatives, in a now atypical bipartisan vote, passed the Tax Relief for American Families and Workers Act of 2024. Although this legislation (H.R. 7024) dealt largely with the child tax credit, buried in its eighty-four pages is an eight-line [...]

2024-02-21T18:28:40+00:00

Seagate Landscape Restoration Slated for March

By Pam Nicholls GSAC Board Member Submit questions or feedback online  The project to restore the landscaping along Seagate Drive and the Seagate Linear Park destroyed by Hurricane Ian will likely not be completed before the end of March now, according to City Parks & Recreation Director Chad Merritt. With planting season quickly approaching, the City is [...]

2024-02-21T15:50:26+00:00

Fun in the Sun: What’s On in Naples?

By Pam Nicholls GSAC Board Member Submit questions or feedback online  Have family in town for Spring Break? We’ve gathered together some ideas to entertain the young and not so young!   St. Patrick’s Day Parade This very popular parade (now the largest privately-funded parade in the state) draws over 40,000 people to downtown Naples each year [...]

2024-02-22T14:20:37+00:00

Park Shore Beach Walk Update – Feb. 2024

By Jim Melican, GSAC Board Member Submit questions or feedback online  Since our last report in November, further progress has been made in the restoration of the Park Shore beach walk to its former state. Three (Commons R, T/U, and V) of the five beach commons associations, which together comprise the walk, have now reinstalled the “Private [...]

2024-02-21T15:31:35+00:00

NCH’s Proposed Heart Institute Approved By Naples City Council

By Jim Melican, GSAC Board Member Submit questions or feedback online  On February 7, the Naples City Council gave final approval to NCH’s plans to build its proposed Heart, Vascular, and Stroke Institute on its downtown campus. The vote was 4-1 on two of its three petitions, with only Vice Mayor Hutchison opposed and 3-2 on the [...]

2024-02-21T15:06:04+00:00

Sink Holes Along Venetian Bay Have Been Filled

By Stan Karpf, GSAC Board Member Submit questions or feedback online Your GSAC Board has, in recent weeks, worked with the City of Naples Department of Public Works to correct an unsafe and unsightly condition in our neighborhood. Many sinkholes were appearing between the seawall and sidewalk along Venetian Bay, specifically in the area [...]

2024-02-22T20:31:01+00:00

Police Blotter Report: January 2024

By Officer Jeff Perry, Naples Police Department There are two types of crimes that are occurring that residents should be aware of: Auto Burglaries - Suspects are locating vehicles that are not occupied in parking lots or beach ends.  Suspects observe purses inside the vehicle and smash the window, stealing the purse and contents. The subject's [...]

2024-02-21T14:46:26+00:00
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