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Forum to discuss lake’s algae problem
A public forum will be held July 10 to discuss Ohio’s new Healthy Lake Erie Fund. Participants can offer input on solutions to resolving the lake’s algae problems.
The forum will be held at 4 p.m. at the Lake Erie Regional Welcome Center in Ottawa County.
State Representative Randy Gardner will host the forum with invited guests Director Jim Zehringer, Director of the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Director David Daniels of the Ohio Department of Agriculture and Ohio Environmental Protection Agency Director Scott Nally.
“No issue is more important to the environmental and economic health of our region than protecting Lake Erie,” Gardner said. “The new Healthy Lake Erie Fund can be an important next step in helping to solve the algal bloom problems that have been getting worse in recent years. This is an opportunity for the public to become additionally involved in being part of the solution.”
Reservations are not necessary but those wishing to provide suggestions to Rep. Gardner and members of the governor’s cabinet are asked to provide written comments.
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Work is expected to be completed Aug. 16.
No vehicles will be permitted on the road during the construction.