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City: Vets Lake restoration will take time

Swans to find new home at zoo

Great Bend city officials understand how important Veterans Memorial Lake is to the community and they want residents to understand what is happing with the popular recreational area.
That is the purpose of a letter being mailed to all city residential utility customers, City Administrator Howard Partington said. “We want people to be aware.”
The city has battled toxic blue-green algae in the lake for years. The City Council approved lasts month contracting with a consulting firm, CH2M Hill, of Englewood, Colo., to remediate the problem. The informational letter outlines the steps being taken.
“These efforts will begin pretty quickly ...

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