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Water testing to be stepped up in Clam Bay

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- Naples residents Louis Perez, 15, and Christina Banas 16, head out in a tandem kayak from the kayak and canoe launch at Clam Pass Park on Saturday, Nov. 3, 2012, in Naples. Alarmed by high levels of fecal coliform found by routine county tests in Clam Bay, the neighborhood of Seagate has received Naples City Council support to step up water quality testing in Clam Bay.

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David Albers/Staff - Naples residents Louis Perez, 15, and Christina Banas 16, head out in a tandem kayak from the kayak and canoe launch at Clam Pass Park on Saturday, Nov. 3, 2012, in Naples. Alarmed by high levels of fecal coliform found by routine county tests in Clam Bay, the neighborhood of Seagate has received Naples City Council support to step up water quality testing in Clam Bay.

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  • David Albers/Staff
- A group of kayakers paddle through Clam Bay on Saturday, Nov. 3, 2012, in Naples. Alarmed by high levels of fecal coliform found by routine county tests in Clam Bay, the neighborhood of Seagate has received Naples City Council support to step up water quality testing in Clam Bay.
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- Naples residents Louis Perez, 15, and Christina Banas 16, head out in a tandem kayak from the kayak and canoe launch at Clam Pass Park on Saturday, Nov. 3, 2012, in Naples. Alarmed by high levels of fecal coliform found by routine county tests in Clam Bay, the neighborhood of Seagate has received Naples City Council support to step up water quality testing in Clam Bay.
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- Clam Pass Park visitors take the tram to the beach along a boardwalk traversing the mangroves of Clam Bay on Saturday, Nov. 3, 2012, in Naples. Alarmed by high levels of fecal coliform found by routine county tests in Clam Bay, the neighborhood of Seagate has received Naples City Council support to step up water quality testing in Clam Bay.
  • David Albers/Staff
- A group of kayakers paddle through Clam Bay on Saturday, Nov. 3, 2012, in Naples. Alarmed by high levels of fecal coliform found by routine county tests in Clam Bay, the neighborhood of Seagate received Naples City Council support in 2012 to step up water quality testing in Clam Bay.
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- Naples residents Louis Perez, 15, and Christina Banas 16, row a tandem kayak through Clam Bay on Saturday, Nov. 3, 2012, in Naples. Alarmed by high levels of fecal coliform found by routine county tests in Clam Bay, the neighborhood of Seagate has received Naples City Council support to step up water quality testing in Clam Bay.
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- A kayaker takes photos in Clam Bay on Saturday, Nov. 3, 2012, in Naples. Alarmed by high levels of fecal coliform found by routine county tests in Clam Bay, the neighborhood of Seagate has received Naples City Council support to step up water quality testing in Clam Bay.
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- Mangrove branches reach out over the waters of Clam Bay on Saturday, Nov. 3, 2012, in Naples. Alarmed by high levels of fecal coliform found by routine county tests in Clam Bay, the neighborhood of Seagate has received Naples City Council support to step up water quality testing in Clam Bay.
  • David Albers/Staff
- A group of kayakers paddle through Clam Bay on Saturday, Nov. 3, 2012, in Naples. Alarmed by high levels of fecal coliform found by routine county tests in Clam Bay, the neighborhood of Seagate has received Naples City Council support to step up water quality testing in Clam Bay.
  • David Albers/Staff
- A group of kayakers paddle through Clam Bay on Saturday, Nov. 3, 2012, in Naples. Alarmed by high levels of fecal coliform found by routine county tests in Clam Bay, the neighborhood of Seagate has received Naples City Council support to step up water quality testing in Clam Bay.
  • David Albers/Staff
- Clam Pass Park visitors take the tram to the beach along a boardwalk traversing the mangroves of Clam Bay on Saturday, Nov. 3, 2012, in Naples. Alarmed by high levels of fecal coliform found by routine county tests in Clam Bay, the neighborhood of Seagate has received Naples City Council support to step up water quality testing in Clam Bay.

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