Bullock said the rules are based on visible light as the measure. If light — whether direct, indirect or cumulative — illuminates the beach, it is a violation. The test is the code enforcement stands on the beach to determine if the light is not only visible but is actually illuminating.
Due to health concerns, Rev. Dr. Vincent Carroll, Senior Pastor of Longboat Island Chapel, will preach his last sermon Sunday, May 29th at 10 a.m. This will complete his three and a half years of ministirial services at the Chapel. Rev. Carroll announced an earlier retiremet last October which was to take effect by the [...]
Mote Marine Laboratory recently welcomed Dr. Noam Josef, a next-generation Ph.D. scientist known for studying the camouflage capabilities of cephalopods: octopuses, squid, cuttlefish and related species. Josef, who recently moved from Eilat, Israel to Sarasota, Florida, will study the camouflage of octopuses and their prey-predator interaction with the local stone crab population. Cephalopods are marine [...]