Hello everyone. I hope all is well and the warm weather is treating everyone right. I know for me, this time of year, I’m good with some cooler temperatures, but don’t get me wrong not cold, but cooler is okay by me.
Recently, Cedar Key Arts Center members partnered with the Friends of the Lower Suwannee Refuge and took a trip to Seahorse Key with Dr. Jennifer Seavey to tour the laboratory and the Seahorse lighthouse, as well as the coastline and beaches of Seahorse Key. A few brave souls stayed overnight to continue talks on herpetology and ecology of this area.
Lt. Scott Tummond, head of investigations for the Levy Sheriff's Office, said the best advice is for residents to deal with local vendors. “So if a problem arises they can call them back to do it right,” he said.