Tag: Geneva Lake Environmental Agency

Front Page, September 4, 2019

The Geneva Lake Environmental Agency headed up by Ted Peters, took up the issue of the Starry Stonewort invasive species discoveries along the bottom of parts of Geneva Lake last week. Doug Skates was the most outspoken of the five deciders on the agency board. Ted Peters laid out the case for how the invasion had become much more serious since last fall when it was first discovered in one part of Trinke Lagoon (the lagoon has three parts).

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Front Page, March 6, 2019

This is not an article about global warming, although it might as well be something like it, but much smaller in scope and potential effect. This article is about that invasive plant species brought over from Europe called the Starry Stonewort

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Front Page, August 29, 2018

Mayor Tom Hartz signs off on the attempt to attack the latest creepingly quiet threat to the quality of Geneva Lake. The mayor signed a check for twenty thousand dollars to stop the spread of something most people living around Geneva Lake have never heard of.

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Front Page, June 20, 2018

The murky water pouring into Geneva Lake in the Buttons Bay area continues to continue to make swimming an exercise in frowning apprehensive hesitancy. In the beginning of June, the muddy water was first brought to the public’s attention when it was only visible in a small area in front of the culvert it travels through under South Lake Shore Drive.

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