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Clearer vision for algae plan: County meets with stakeholders to discuss fending off toxic blooms at lakes

Summer is here which means the cyanobacteria — better known as blue-green algae — often found in Clark County lakes won’t be far behind. The algae blooms typically appear in the warmer months of July, August and September and are responsible for periodic closures that can last from a few days to a few weeks.
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Source: The Columbian

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