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UPDATE: ‘No-swim’ advisory ends for Jupiter park

The elevated bacterial levels are generally associated with wildlife, heavy recreational usage, high surf from high winds and high tides, or runoff following heavy rainfall. Article source: http://www.palmbeachpost.com/news/crime–law/update-swim-advisory-ends-for-jupiter-park/MOOd5GW8ZBCfHhEUQ8Ay3K/

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Icky brown waters off Palm Beach County concern tourism leaders

The topaz-blue waters off Palm Beach County have had more noticeably brown days this fall – an opaque sea of tea that is less inviting and even dangerous as high bacteria levels have forced a handful of temporary no-swimming orders. … Continue reading

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UPDATE: ‘No-swim’ advisory ends at Boynton-area park, remains in Jupiter

A similar advisory for Dubois Park in Jupiter, however, remains in effect, since bacteria levels in the water remain high. Article source: http://www.palmbeachpost.com/news/update-swim-advisory-ends-boynton-area-park-remains-jupiter/9YVVc5wrrajGOegpa18D8O/

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Palm Beach County’s brown water a concern for beach goers, touris

The topaz-blue waters off Palm Beach County have been noticeably more brown this fall — an opaque sea of tea that is less inviting and even dangerous as high bacteria levels have forced a handful of temporary no-swimming orders. Officials … Continue reading

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Why Palm Beach County’s beach water has been so brown

The topaz-blue waters off Palm Beach County have been noticeably more brown this fall — an opaque sea of tea that is less inviting and even dangerous as high bacteria levels have forced a handful of temporary no-swimming orders. Officials … Continue reading

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BREAKING: ‘No-swim’ advisories issued for Jupiter, Ocean Ridge parks

The elevated bacterial levels are generally associated with wildlife, heavy recreational usage, high surf from high winds and high tides, or runoff following heavy rainfall. Article source: http://www.palmbeachpost.com/news/local/breaking-swim-advisories-issued-for-jupiter-ocean-ridge-parks/0075ChpF7wuHMRegCtXkIN/

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Icky brown waters off Palm Beach County concern tourism leaders

The topaz-blue waters off Palm Beach County have had more noticeably brown days this fall – an opaque sea of tea that is less inviting and even dangerous as high bacteria levels have forced a handful of temporary no-swimming orders. … Continue reading

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Final two: Thursday is decision day to choose new Jupiter town manager

JUPITER — After starting with about 60 applicants from around the nation, the Jupiter town council is scheduled to select a new town manager on Thursday at 6:30 p.m. at the Community Center. The two finalists are: – Matt Benoit, … Continue reading

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Upscale pontoon boats getting popular in Jupiter

“Pontoons fit more passengers than regular boats. They are affordable for more people. They are more comfortable. They have more shade. They sip gas,” said Bret Beach, owner of Beach Water Sports, a company that rents the vessels along the … Continue reading

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Nick Price, Mike Davis and a new path for the USGA

Nick Price had been friends with Mike Davis for a while, the two, joined by their wives, having shared dinners together on occasion at the waterfront restaurants along the Jupiter Inlet. The Hall of Fame player and the executive director … Continue reading

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