A growth of blue-green algae in a pond in southern Napa County killed two dogs that swam in the murky water this week, causing local officials Friday to issue a county-wide warning.The warning by the county’s board of supervisors urges would-be swimmers to avoid ponds, rivers and streams in the area that may be contaminated with the toxic blue-green algae.Algae poisoning in people can cause serious injury to the liver, kidney and nervous system if the affected water is swallowed.The algae blooms, which can be blue-green, white or brown in appearance, are caused by sitting or slow-moving water with an abundance of nutrients, officials said.
fort pond bay development co., LLC
p.o. box 1769
montauk, new york, 11954
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MAY 01, 2013
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DOMESTIC LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY
2013 - FORT POND BAY DEVELOPMENT CO., LLC
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