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Marshall County Commission Meeting Minutes – April 21

The Board of Marshall County Commissioners met in regular adjourned session with Thomas K. Holle Chairman, Robert S. Connell member and Sonya L. Stohs, County Clerk present. Commissioner Loiseau was not present for the meeting. The meeting was called to order at 9:00 a.m. The Board opened the meeting with the flag salute. The minutes and agenda were approved as …

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K-16 Resurfacing Project To Begin In Riley & Pottawatomie Counties

On Monday, September 16, weather permitting, a resurfacing project will begin on a 20-mile stretch of K-16 from the K-13/K-99 junction at the city of Blaine in Pottawatomie County west to the U.S. 77 junction just north of the city of Randolph in Riley County. Project work includes a 1-inch surface mill and a 1.5-inch asphalt overlay on all mainline …

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Milford Lake Remains Under Algae Warning

The entire Milford lake remains under a Blue Green Algae Warning. The warning notifies the public that conditions are unsafe. Water contact should not occur. Some blue-green algae produce toxins that could pose a health risk to people and animals when they are exposed to them in large enough quantities. Health effects could occur when surface scums or water containing …

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Marysville City Pool Issues?

Concerns about the Marysville City Pool were addressed by City Administrator Rick Shain. Shain reported that there have not been any problems with algae. He said the pool did close early one day after the PH balance was found to be outside acceptable levels. Shain reported that the pumps and chemicals normally added corrected the balance overnight. The cause of …

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KDHE issues warning for Centralia Lake

Centralia Lake in Nemaha County is included in a warning issued by Kansas health officials.  The warning tells people to avoid contact with water in the lake because of toxic blue-green algae blooms.  The Kansas Department of Health and Environment says the warnings cover Centralia City Lake in Nemaha County until further notice.  KDHE says people should avoid ingesting the …

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