For months, we've been working to prevent the expansion of new oil drilling in Naples, Florida—only 1,000 feet from family homes on a 115,000-acre parcel leased for oil exploration in the Big Cypress Swamp watershed. This is about more than just one oil well. This is about the cumulative effect of hundreds of wells that will follow. New oil drilling will contribute to climate change and endanger water, wetlands, wildlife, and communities. The Florida Department of Environmental Protection, Collier Enterprises, and Hughes Oil tell us they don't plan to frack. Now is the time to hold them to their promise—with an oil drilling ordinance. We're calling on Collier County Commissioners Hiller, Henning, Fiala, Coyle, and Nance to adopt the following ordinance: "Collier County shall protect the health, safety, and welfare of citizens by banning hydraulic fracturing."