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Wardens on 24/7 watch at threatened Kenosha County dam

9:58 AM, Apr. 15, 2013
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Conservation wardens are among a team of public safety and emergency workers keeping round-the-clock watch on Kenosha County's Vern Wolf Lake Dam which is threatening to fail under the weight of heavy recent rains and embankment erosion.

"We have a system in place to protect public health and safety," Warden Supervisor Jennifer Niemeyer said Saturday. Niemeyer heads the warden team for Kenosha, Racine and Walworth counties. "All possible affected homeowners also have been notified."

The Vern Wolf Lake Dam is in the Richard Bong State Recreation Area, where some trails in and around the ...

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