Andover residents raise concern over neighborhood algae (KS)

Troy Tabor, a member of the Crescent Lakes homeowner’s association said the neighborhood has had issues with blue-green algae before, but that is not the case with this latest algae bloom.  “We do not have blue-green algae,” Tabor said. “We have before, but that was taken care of right away. But that’s not what this is at all. This is common algae.”  Tabor said the homeowner’s association is working on the algae bloom by adding in chemicals. He also stresses that the lake was originally for farm use, and people are making the problem worse with runoff from lawn fertilizer.    Read the article……………

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