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This time three years ago, Bill Goodwin's Kozy Kampground drew a sizable waiting list of tourists seeking fishing, boating and camping on Grand Lake St.

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May 22, 2011
 
lakerat wrote:
Here is the article from Nov. of 2008. Next summer, we had the algae bloom. The EPA spokeswoman says it is new science and they are not sure how long it takes to absorb in soil. Hmmmmmm...
http://www.theeveningleader.com/content/view/...
Thanks. Again, here is the entire EPA report:

http://www.epa.state.oh.us/portals/47/citizen ...
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May 23, 2011
 
The problem was solved in other parts of the world by introducing fish types that eat algae couple times of their body weight daily.

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