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NOAA Lake Erie Bulletin: 2017 Bloom Analysis[caption id="attachment_2416" align="aligncenter" width="791"] Experimental Lake Erie Harmful Algal Bloom Bulletin
7 November 2017, Bulletin 35, Seasonal Assessment[/caption]
The toxic algae that spread across Lake Erie this summer roughly matched its third-most severe...Read More
Stench Alert – October 22, 2017Read More
Stench Alert – October 20, 2017
Follow the smelly trail … traces of liquid manure, south side of Lawrence Rd. east of Posey Lake Hwy.
Still on Lawrence Rd., ponded liquid manure, smell getting worse towards Posey Lake Hwy. Where is it coming from?
Briskey dragline liquid manure application from dump box, Beecher Rd. just west of US 127.
Close-up, same application. On October 21, 2017, they came back and made another dragline liquid manure operation on the same field.
Toledo City Council Tuesday approved a resolution urging the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to designate the western basin of Lake Erie impaired — a move already made by other officials including the Lucas County Commissioners and Toledo Mayor Paula Hicks-Hudson.
Council voted 11-1 in favor of the resolution.
Councilman Peter Ujvagi, who sponsored the council resolution, said it is critical that government...Read More
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources said Tuesday it has completed its investigation into three separate cases of illegal manure-spreading that resulted in 66,701 fish and possibly other animals being killed in the Maumee River watershed in August.
The department is seeking a total of $32,782.87 in restitution, Matt Eiselstein, Ohio DNR spokesman, said.
The Ohio DNR’s investigation is apparently one of...Read More
Stench Alert October 2, 2017
Exceptionally stinky dry solids manure application (Briskey) over several days, Posey Lake Hwy. and Valentine Drive, Posey Lake. ECCSCM received 2 neighbor complaints about this.
Windy day, dust and manure particulates flying everywhere. Tanker fan-spraying liquid manure on Packard Rd., between...Read More
A potentially harmful algae bloom covered more than 700 square miles in the western basin of Lake Erie last week, turning the lake bright green and alarming residents and local officials.
Scientists say that algae blooms have been a growing problem for Lake Erie since the 2000s, mostly because of the extensive use of fertilizer on the...Read More