Speed humps on community road lead to anger, vandalism � Marco Eagle: Five complaints from residents reached Collier County Code Enforcement, which contacted board members and issued a notice of violation in June. Even private roads needed county approval for such changes, the county said.
Then a particularly contentious board meeting in July nearly ended in a brawl outside meeting chambers, Treasurer Terry Savage said.
"It was the biggest yelling match I've seen," said Savage, who has served on the board for more than a year. "I'm not sure my wife will want me to be on the board again."
So called traffic calming devices such as speed bumps seem to have the opposite effect on the residents of this corner of Privatopia.