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A Local and Vacationer Perspective of Naples Ongoing Red Tide

Red Tide is something that seems to be popping up more and more lately. We went down to Naples Fl. to get the vibe at the beach and ran into Naples native, Austin Bleiweiss and vacationer Michael Cox from New Jersey.

The smell of dead fish was in the air and it was hard to breathe. I had every intention of meeting Austin at the beach, but we relocated because the air quality was so bad. Austin explains that he wants answers from local officials. As a Naples resident, he wants his voice to be heard and make a difference. Michael talks about his concern for later generations and their ability to enjoy the beach.

What are your thoughts? Would you stand up and try to make a change? Could you imagine if we couldn’t use our beaches? What would SWFL look like? And where do we start?

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