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Grant sought to help treat Vets Lake

City officials will seek grant funding to help with an effort to educate the public about the need to keep fertilizer on lawns and out of Veterans Memorial Lake, the Great Bend City Council decided Monday night.
City Engineer Robert Winiecke explained the city staff, continuing efforts to improve the water quality at Vets Lake, is applying for a Clean Water Neighbor Grant.
Part of the plan at this point is to educate neighbors whose yards drain into the lake to not over-fertilize.
It was explained that the city officials are also hoping to educate neighboring farmers about how their ...

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