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August 14, 2018

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As images of blue green algae and fish kills from local beaches continue to garner national attention, Lee County Commission is going on offense, investing one million dollars in an effort to convince visitors it’s still a good idea to travel to Southwest Florida.

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Lee County trying to reverse algae tourism impact
Lee County trying to reverse algae tourism impact

As images of blue green algae and fish kills from local beaches continue to garner national attention, Lee County Commission is going on offense, investing one million dollars in an effort to convince visitors it’s still a good idea to travel to Southwest Florida.

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