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By Sallie James
Burning eyes. Tingling throats. Coughing and wheezing.
As a spreading toxic red tide algae bloom makes its way down Florida’s east coast, beachgoers and those who live near waterways are complaining of irritating respiratory issues.…Continue
By Jane Smith
City and county beaches were open Oct. 5 in the southern half of Palm Beach County, but signs are posted and flags are flying to warn of red tide conditions.
Water samples tested Oct. 3 came back showing low to medium levels of red tide at south county beaches, said Michael Stahl, deputy director of the county’s Environmental Resources Management department.
The next water sampling dates are Oct. 9 and Oct. 11, Stahl said.