Report: Coast lake cleanups require a...

Report: Coast lake cleanups require a regional response

There are 2 comments on the Ocean County Observer - The Times-Beacon story from Nov 1, 2009, titled Report: Coast lake cleanups require a regional response. In it, Ocean County Observer - The Times-Beacon reports that:

Choked by sediment and weeds, their waters a brew of pathogens, fertilizer runoff and animal waste, the coastal lakes of Monmouth County have been transformed from centerpiece gems of their communities into the final destination of "runoff from storm sewers, algae covered mud holes and havens for Canada geese," according to to new report from the ...

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Harry

Philadelphia, PA

#1 Nov 2, 2009
Just dump some weed killer in the lake, won't that help?
Harry

Philadelphia, PA

#2 Nov 2, 2009
Just shoot the GEESE

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