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New state officials vow action on algae | The Columbus Dispatch

There are 10 comments on the Columbus Dispatch story from Jan 15, 2011, titled New state officials vow action on algae | The Columbus Dispatch. In it, Columbus Dispatch reports that:

Well aware that the clock is ticking toward another toxic summer of algae, newly appointed state officials pledged to take action yesterday after meeting with a Grand Lake St.

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Columbus, OH

#1 Jan 15, 2011
I mean seriously, why can't we just pollute less instead of coming up with all these new-fangled processes that probably won't work. Then the lake will fix itself on its own. Oh wait I know the answer, it's the farmers. It'll never happen since they have so much political hostage taking ability.
Conservatives Lie

Columbus, OH

#2 Jan 15, 2011
Why, that area is ALL RED in the last 1oo electoral maps! They won't "say" how they intend to pay for this 'band-aid' approach...but one thing is certain; they won't be stepping on any mega-farmer's toes!

Kasich's stance; Pollute as you see fit, hire illegals, and police yourselves. Your word is good enough for me!
Get a Clue

Athens, OH

#3 Jan 15, 2011
These are the same people who think that the government is out to get them, except for when they want the government to fix a problem they created. The same people who don't believe in the government helping people out, except for when they demand a government handout to clean up a lake they polluted. The hypocrisy is rich.

Dublin, OH

#4 Jan 15, 2011
We'll take action, but we won't take action against the cause of the problem. This is supposed to solve anything?

I guess their solution is that we dredge and chemically treat the lake every two or three years. As well as Lake Erie and every other lake affected by agricultural runoff.

I want to give Nally the benefit of the doubt, but the more he (and Kasich) says, the more he proves himself a stooge.
Big Johnson

Columbus, OH

#5 Jan 15, 2011
Drain the damn lake and be done with it.

Hilliard, OH

#6 Jan 15, 2011
They never spoke about the new RED ALGAE that just appeared in Ohio State Government
Will Burns

United States

#7 Jan 15, 2011
give every hippie ecco terrorist a glass full, should be clean in less than a day
James Hepp

Wapakoneta, OH

#8 Jan 15, 2011
The EPA and Dept. of Natural Resources should look into and use NT-MAX Biological water Clarier and Digester. Much better and much cheaper than Alum
the truth

Newark, OH

#9 Jan 16, 2011
The slug has been dredged we vooted the sum out in Nov now it is time to clean them up and bury wahts left of them. OH my hate speach the PC police will be comming for me, oh no the SS or SEIU brown shirts will beat me down wha should I do?


Bury the scum of the earth the marxist losers We Americans do now want you or your sum you bring at the bottom of a lake or in the USA.

Since: Jun 10

Canal Winchester, OH

#10 Jan 16, 2011
Let us see how fast they will act. We'll find out this summer if we have an effective group in the EPA.

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