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Algae, runoff and invasives top list of Winnebago concerns

Committee seeks public input on waterway issues

7:29 AM, Jul. 11, 2013
A duck swims along the Bay of Green Bay shoreline near an accumulation of algae just off Communiversity Park near the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay.
A duck swims along the Bay of Green Bay shoreline near an accumulation of algae just off Communiversity Park near the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay.
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Algae blooms, polluted runoff and invasive species were among the top issues reported and discussed during the three-month Weigh in on Winnebago Waterways program.

From March to May, a steering committee held eight public meetings and conducted surveys to collect data about lake usage and concerns. The results were released recently.

Erin Gerred, director of administration for Fond du Lac County and committee member, said it makes sense that algae, invasive species and pollution would top of the list of concerns. ...

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