Wednesday, September 8th, 2010
Photo by Mark Pummell
Harry Gibbons of Tetra Tech, the consulting firm hired by the state to oversee a pilot test to treat Grand Lake with alum, answers a question Tuesday night at the Celina fieldhouse. More than 300 people attended.
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GRAND LAKE - If pilot tests using aluminum sulfate (alum) and silica work to curb Grand Lake's toxic blue-green algae, the state will find the money to treat the entire lake, a state official said Tuesday. More than 300 people . . .
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