Published: Mar 07, 2014 6:13 PM EST
Updated: Mar 07, 2014 7:04 PM EST

CAPE CORAL, Fla. - A broken Cape Coral clock is working once again thanks to a determined local repairman.

WINK News was first to tell you people were complaining about the broken Cape Coral clock that sits near the entrance to the Cape Coral Bridge.

The clock hasn't been running for months.

But after our story aired, the owner of Prestige Time Service decided to fix it, at no cost to the city.

"We have homes here, we have raised children, so it's like, give back if I can, do the city a break, do something cool. Give back to the community. why not?" said Prestige Time Service owner Benny Daidone.

He spent more than an hour Friday morning fixing the clock, and estimates the total for parts and service to be $800.

Three dials of the clock are now functioning normally. The fourth dial, he will finish by the end of the week.