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  1. June 27, 2012 at 3:53 pm | permalink

    I enjoy seeing the observation of work taking place “in the wild” that public bodies have been briefed on at their meetings: [link] From that report on upcoming activities:

    Other water-related issues were brought up during the parks and recreation manager’s report. Colin Smith told commissioners that final repairs on swirl concentrators at West Park – designed to help stormwater management – will start later this month, with final renovations of the park occurring over the summer. And city staff will be harvesting Eurasian watermilfoil from about 6-7 acres around the Gallup Park canoe livery, using what Smith described as a “Zamboni on the water.” The aquatic plants have overgrown the area around the livery, making it hard for people to use paddleboats, canoes and kayaks.