Toxins closed 5,200 acres of shellfish harvest areas
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#1 May 31, 2008
This toxin will also affect mussel beds, which are a prime target of opportunity for a lot of people who don't read English. You can see them at the Huntington public beach in LLoyd Harbor harvesting these "free" mussels in the shallow backwaters.
#2 Jun 15, 2008
this is just great considering that i have to swim a 3k in huntington bay in july!!!!!!! i cant wait, NOT!
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