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Burlington Beaches shut down

Burlington Beaches shut down Burlington Vermont

posted at 1:43 pm Fri Jul 12th, 2019 by (KarenWherezit)

Burlington Beaches shut down. Cyanobacteria Outbreaks Intensifying, lakewide. Keep children and pets away. Close windows if downwind of an outbreak. New outbreak reported in Northeast Kingdom this past weekend, as well.

South Beach, Shelburne, Vermont (across Shelburne Bay from Shelburne Shipyard)

North Harbor, Ferrisburgh (just north of Lake Champlain Maritime Museum and Basin Harbor) now under Alert

Burlington Bay now under an Alert

St. Albans Bay Park Alert made official earlier this week

Reports of sick children in Franklin County

West Addison Alert

Neuro and Liver Toxin-Producing Bacteria Possible
*Button Bay, Ferrisburgh
*Essex, NY

Leave a message for the Governor, Speaker, and the Pro Tem and ask them to please protect life's most fundamental necessity--access to safe water.

Speaker Johnson: 802.828.2245
Pro Tem Ashe: 802.828.3806
Governor Scott: 802.828.3333

Send an email to your state reps and senators:

And the Vermont Attorney General:

Contact local media and ask them to cover the issue of our declining water quality.

If we don't take action, it will only get worse.

Other Active or Recent Alerts:
Colchester (Outer Malletts Bay and Causeway bike path)
St. Albans Bay
Shelburne Farms
Missisquoi Bay (several)
Cavendish (Knapp Pond)
St. Albans
Westmore (Bald Hill Pond)

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