Councilman-elect Ray Christman will be sworn onto the Naples City Council on April 17. Coincidentally, that’s the same day a long-watched development project lands before the board.
The impending project was the topic of campaign debates. Christman said that as he promised on the trail, he will look at preserving a beloved public asset on site. He wants a golf course preserved in perpetuity as some kind of green space — “ a public park or something like that.”
Developers are represented by attorney John Passidomo, husband to state Sen. Kathleen Passidomo.
Christman on Tuesday won a special election in the city over three other candidates, including former City Manager Bill Moss.