I don't know if many of you have been following this issue but it's a sad story...and one I'd like to hear from Bob Lusk about.
The largest and probably oldest man made lake in the state has been declared unfit for fishing boating and swimming due to an algea problem...so severe that the lake is a dull green-blue. The cause has been a severe runoff of fertilizer and manure which has deposited a deep layer...4-5' deep on the bottom of the lake. I would guess the average depth of the lake is 6-8'...and with all this goop in the lake and more coming in all the time...how are they going to fix it?
Of course the State budget doesn't have a few extra million in it for frivolous projects like this....but it sure is a real problem. A huge impact on the local economy, home values around the lake, and then there is the fishing!!
I think they need to blow the damn and start over....any ideas?