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No wake zone on Suwannee River

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Water levels in north Florida rivers are still rising as rainfall from Tropical Storm Debby drains into rivers and tributaries.  WUFT-FM’s Denise Toledo has details on the latest river impacted–a stretch of the Suwannee River.  She talked with Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission spokeswoman Karen Parker about the idle-speed, no wake zone that’s been implemented on the river

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That website mentioned for monitoring of the Suwannee River is www.mysuwanneeriver.com

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Ethan is a journalist at WUFT News. He's a Pennsylvania native who found a home reporting Florida's stories. Reach him by emailing emagoc@wuft.org or calling 352-294-1525.

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