Candidate Debate Forum - Port Royal/Aqualane Shores/Little Harbor, we thank our neighbors for this event. Watch the entire City Council Forum Here
We thank our Port Royal, Aqualane Shores and Little Harbor for hosting the City Council Debate Forum. We recommend to get the best audio quality you use your headphones plugged into your computer or phone.
Candidate Debate Forum Sponsored by the League of Women Voters - Video
We thank the League of Women Voters for Sponsoring this Debate Forum for Naples City Council Candidates. This took place Jan 13, 2022. We recommend to get the best audio quality you use your headphones plugged into your computer or phone.
Bayfront Debate Forum ... Watch the Debate Here, Thank you to our Bayfront Neighbors
Thank you to our Bayfront Neighbors during COVID for providing this virtual debate for our Naples Citizens. We recommend to get the best audio quality you use your headphones plugged into your computer or phone.
A Holiday Message from Terry Hutchison, Vice Mayor
From our family to yours, wishing you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Enjoy the company of your loved ones, whether near or far, have peace, joy, and good health this coming year.
Terry Hutchison, Vice Mayor
Vice Mayor Terry Hutchison gives back to our Community ! Thank you Rotary Club of Naples
Terry Hutchison, Vice Mayor worked with The Rotary Club of Naples and hundreds of other volunteers to pack 500,000 meals for those needing food.
For our GSAC Naples Neighbors: Candidate Forum Dec. 16th 9AM-10:30 St. John's Episcopal Church RSVP Required
Vice Mayor Hutchison Advocates for City Employee Wage Increase
Vice Mayor Hutchison values our City Employees and advocates for wage increases, watch video below in his own words.
Terry Hutchison's Leadership has resulted in change, providing a balance between residential and economic interests
Nov 4th, 9AM at City Hall...Community Conversations with Terry Hutchison, Come ask your Vice Mayor your Questions
Come ask your Vice Mayor questions! Be a part of our community.
DATE: Thursday, November 4th
PLACE: Naples City Hall 735 8th St. South Naples, FL 34102
LOCATION: Sculpture Fountain outside of entrance to City Hall
In Naples, We give not only our Hearts but our Hands! ... This is why we love Naples
This is what makes Naples a special place we all love and call Home. Thank you to all of our Residents!
Vice Mayor Hutchison addresses the affordable housing issue
Vice Mayor Hutchison states, "Let's identify our opportunities to immediately help our residents. Number one, it's like triage in a field hospital. You take care of those that are needing it most immediately and then you have a plan for those others, right? So, let's triage the situation, identify opportunities to immediately help those residents and then identify the options beyond the immediate help and think long term, make a plan and execute the plan."
Vice Mayor Hutchison updates Naples Citizens about the US Army Corps of Engineers proposed plan
Vice Mayor Terry Hutchison is an active supporter of the Naples Youth Council
"The Naples Youth Council provides opportunity for the civic engagement of young leaders today as they prepare to lead our community tomorrow. The youth of Naples have choices, their voices are saying, ‘We choose to lead!’," said Vice Mayor Hutchison.
Elaine Reed of the Naples Historical Society Recognizes Vice Mayor Terry Hutchison
Elaine Reed of Naples Historical Society at the City Council Meeting: "I'm I'm here to express sincere appreciation, particularly to you, Vice Mayor, for your willingness to work with us to push forward the certified local government."
Vice Mayor Terry Hutchison is recognized for his work with the Naples Youth Council at Naples High School
Terry Hutchison Vice Mayor, officially filed for the upcoming Naples City Council Election to be held on Tuesday February 1, 2022.
Naples Vice Mayor Terry Hutchison Announces City Council Re-election Bid
Second term will again focus on conservation initiatives, building code reform, and resident priorities.
Naples, Florida. June 8, 2021
Today Naples Vice Mayor Terry Hutchison announced that he will seek a second 4-year term for City Council. Last year’s City Council election swept out four incumbents and brought a major realignment at City Hall. Hutchison led the effort to move long-stalled initiatives to fruition.
He voted for stricter building variance standards that will moderate intense redevelopment.
Accelerated funding for the storm water master plan has been approved. Resident-only beach parking is a reality. Most importantly, Naples citizens are engaged and have renewed confidence in the political process.
Terry Hutchison embodies the City’s vision, character, and community spirit. He is a business leader and a conservationist. He is known throughout the community for his charitable and civic initiatives.
The hallmarks of Terry’s tenure as a council member are his integrity and commitment.
Terry Hutchison said: “I am proud to be known as someone who gets things done. I keep my commitments. Grade me on my actions, not my words.”
In the next four years, Hutchison will champion accelerated funding to complete remediation of Naples lakes, beach re-nourishment beginning this fall, and cleaner storm-water outfalls into the bay and gulf.
He will propose sensible building code revisions to better reflect Naples small town feel. This will also provide clarity and certainty for both residents and developers.
He will support priority investments for the Design District/10th Street/River Park corridor: Long needed Infrastructure and a visionary master plan.
Hutchison said: “Over the last two years we have charted a new and better direction for Naples. We’ve reengaged the citizens and restored confidence that their voices are being heard. That’s what my campaign is all about: Your Voice. Your Values.”
Vice Mayor Hutchison has launched a campaign website where voters can find the latest campaign news and details of his platform: www.hutchison4naples.com and email: firstname.lastname@example.org or contact by cell: 239-771-1042
The election will be held on February 1st, 2022 with three City Council seats under consideration.