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Derrick Free is Director of Corporate and Foundation Relations.He received his Juris Doctorate from the University of Tennessee College of Law and bachelor’s degree from Lipscomb University.I think it's there as a barrier to supposedly protect the beach from a spill from a vessel at the Freeport a few days ago although how effective it'd be if the sea was a bit choppy I've no idea.The jelly fish barrier is in the form of netting in a sort of square in front of the lifeguards post, although I don't think it's there this year. The view of the beach in pretty bay is beautiful and I will be there a week today with my wife and looking forward to seeing our good friends from Dumbarton , Sheffield and Bolton in The UK and the beautiful country Holland :)Just arrived back in the U. having spent 3 weeks in the Waters Edge hotel from where this webcam is attached , I will miss this view from my balcony. Hi Derek i contacted Al Fresco restaurant and they told me that the problem is from Skyline, don't know what to do anymore.They have also become a source of security and privacy issues, as some built-in webcams can be remotely activated by spyware.

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