Lake residents cry foul about pollution, await answers
Manatee County utility workers deploy a generator and pump Aug. 21 near 68th Street at Palm Drive to divert and mitigate runoff after a county worker broke a sewer line during force main replacement work near Spring Lake in Holmes Beach. Residents say the pump and bladder remained in use at the site for several days, while a county spokesperson maintained there was "no sewage issue."
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