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image by António Martins-Tuválkin, 27 November 2001
The Florida city of Marco Island (Collier County) has a light blue flag
charged with a large depiction of the seal. I made an attempt to redraw it based on the image at http://www.cityofmarcoisland.com/images/TOWNseal.jpg.
The seal consists of a disc rimmed with rope showing a bald eagle flying at the sunset, the disc flanked by two palm trees and above a scroll reading MARCO City of ISLAND.
António Martins-Tuválkin, 27 November 2001
Marco Island, FL, Incorporated in 1997
Population: 15,000 (35,000 seasonal)
A tourist's paradise, Marco Island is the largest of Florida's Ten Thousand Islands, located on the Gulf of Mexico in Southwest Florida
The city ordinances at state:
Sec. 2-1. City seal.
(a) There is hereby designated an official seal of the city.
(b) The city manager/city clerk shall be the custodian of the city seal
(c) The manufacture, use, display, or employment of any facsimile or reproduction of the city seal, except by municipal officials or employees in the performance of their duties, without express approval of the city council is prohibited.
(d) Nothing in this section shall be construed to prohibit the city manager/city clerk from using a corporate seal, which reflects the name of the city and the state of incorporation, for certification of official documents.
(Ord. No. 99-12, art. 1, § 1, 6-21-1999)
Rob Raeside, 11 September 2002
According to the Marco Island City Hall the blue rectangle with the seal/logo is in fact the city flag, and has been for about 5 years.
Jim Ferrigan, 11 September 2002