Beaches, Parks Reopen in Naples, Collier County

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At a special Zoom meeting Wednesday, Naples City Council unanimously decided to join Collier County and Marco Island in reopening the city’s beaches and parks today (Thursday). The Naples Pier, playgrounds and community centers will remain closed, however, and some restrictions will exist for city properties reopening. Social distancing rules will remain in effect, including that no more than 10 people are allowed to congregate, according to city guidelines.

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