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Florida Department of Health in Lee County sent a health alert advising red tide blooms could be present along the coast near Bonita Beach Park. They’re also high levels of red tide in the Gulf off the coast of Lee and Collier County.
The contaminated water in Billy’s Creek today is not the same water Councilman Johnny Streets remembers seeing as a child. “We used to go down to Billy’s Creek and do a lot of fishing. Not only fishing but also crabbing,” said Streets.