Collier County: Florida's Final Frontier
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Today, Collier County is one of the fastest growing areas in the country. In 1923, when the county was formed, it was little more than a remote, tropical wilderness with no electricity, no phones nor a single mile of paved road. At the time, fewer than 1200 people lived in a handful of settlements scattered across an area the size of Delaware.