Saturday, July 18th, 2009
Photo by Nancy Allen
Mike Sudman, superintendent at the Celina Water Treatment Plant, performs tests Wednesday on water from Grand Lake to determine the levels of microcystin, a toxin produced by the lake's blue-green algae. Celina officials now test the water from Grand Lake to determine algae toxin levels.
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The algae toxin in Grand Lake was present more than 30 years ago and could have been there since it was built on impounded swampland and prairie 164 years ago. But that doesn't make its presence any less of a concern, especiall . . .
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