Hundreds of Fish in Rancho Murieta Lake Killed After Homeowners Assn Tried to Treat Algae (CA)

Hundreds of fish killed in a Rancho Murieta lake after a homeowners association tried to treat algae blooms.  “My son and I, I have a 4-year-old son, we use the lake quite a bit,” said Brian Donnalley, a Rancho Murieta resident.  The lake is one of the reasons Donnalley moved his family to Rancho Murieta.  “Fishing, just walking around it, just hanging out having a good time,” Donnalley said.  But Saturday, he and his son started to notice several hundred dead fish in the lake.      Read the article………………

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