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September 2020

CAMMI Spotlight

Spotlight on Member: Raymond James Think You Can Beat The Clock Raymond James has assisted several condominiums with employee IRA plans andreserve investments.

-- FOR: Darcie Guerin, CFPFirst Vice President,Investments606 Bald Eagle Dr. Ste401Marco Island, FL 34145O [email protected]

Loss of Long Term CAMMI Member

Joseph Marion Carrington September 19, 1947 – September 5, 2020

Marco island turtle ordinance - solicitation for public comments

Beachfront and CAMMI Managers, Please see the below and attached from the Beach & Coastal Advisory Committee regarding Sea Turtles proposed ordinance changes. There are only 6 days left to send in comments and or questions to: [email protected]

The City of Marco Island has completed it's first draft of a new Sea Turtle Ordinance and the next step is to allow a period for review and public comment.

The workshop that will consider public comments is scheduled for Wednesday, September 16 at 9 AM.

CAMMI Spotlight

CAMMI Spotlight: Forge Engineering, Inc. Forge Engineering, established in 1996, is a locally owned, multi-disciplined engineering firm based in Naples, Florida. Our professionals, with over 150 years of combined engineering experience, specialize in delivering unique, sound, and innovative engineering solutions associated with all aspects of the built environment. Our services are utilized by our clients to assist them in one or all phases of a project's life including pre-construction, construction and post-construction.

CAMMI Spotlight

Spotlight on Member: Advanced Roofing and Sheet Metal

FOR: Jack Reynolds
Business Development
Advanced Roofing & Sheetmetal, LLC
**HVAC Mechanical Services
2320 Bruner Lane
Ft. Myers, FL. 33912
O 239-939-4412
C 239-887-2034
[email protected]

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Current BOD

  • Al Diaz, President
  • Derek Bebee, Vice President
  • Kristina Pruyn, Treasurer
  • Molly Hennings, Secretary
  • John Cook, Director
  • Ali Pool, Director
  • Jon White, Director

Message from President

The last year and a half have been one of the most challenging times not only for our members but also for our country and the world in general. Gratefully, most of our members are considered essential and have managed to not only survive but to thrive where others have struggled. I attribute this to the caliber of professionals and businesses that make up CAMMI!

It’s also the reason I consider myself privileged to be associated with CAMMI and the reason I am honored to serve as your President for the 2021-2022 term. Since I last served as President over 20 years ago back in 1999-2000, I have seen CAMMI grow by leaps and bounds. This is all due to the commitment and hard work of the previous Board of Directors and the incredible support that we have received from our Associate Members.

Looking forward I want to assure you that your current Board of Directors will be working hard to continue to provide enjoyable and rewarding Networking and Continuing Education opportunities for all our members.

Please reach out to me or any of our Board Members if we can be of service to you. We always welcome your comments, input and suggestions.

Al Diaz, President

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