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"No Swim" advisory lifted for Lido Casino Beach
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"No Swim" advisory lifted for Lido Casino Beach

Sarasota County, Florida-- The Health Department lifted the "No Swim" advisory for Lido Casino Beach on Lido Key that was issued on Thursday, August 16.

Sarasota County Health Department officials received testing results from samples taken yesterday, Tuesday, August 21, that were at a satisfactory level that meets both the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and state recreational water standards, the county governent explained in a release.

Residents and visitors may return to swimming and other water sports at this beach site. The "No Swim" advisory signage will be removed.

The Sarasota County Health Department monitors water quality weekly. You ar encouraged to check the latest reports on beach conditions when making beach plan. Click here for beach water testing results.

 

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