Bacteria levels close three more R.I....

Bacteria levels close three more R.I. beaches to swimmers

There are 1 comment on the The Providence Journal story from Jun 25, 2011, titled Bacteria levels close three more R.I. beaches to swimmers. In it, The Providence Journal reports that:

Three beaches have been added to the list of those for which the R.I. Department of Health recommends no swimming because of high bacteria counts.

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Schodack Landing, NY

#1 Jun 25, 2011
Same old story every year - Conimicut Point, Goddard Memorial State Park, Gorton Pond and Oakland Beach in Warwick.

What is the point in putting money into community restoration if nobody can go there to enjoy the beach?

Dredge and figure out where all the fecal matter is coming from..

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