City restarts affordable housing conversation

Published: Thursday, June 5, 2014 at 09:40 AM.

Todd said that the smell was not harmful to humans, though it could activate some allergies or respiratory conditions.

Only three aerators are currently being used on the reservoir but Todd said it would take seven to prevent that type of algae growth. She said the city could purchase chemicals to kill the algae, and if successful, they could be kept on hand to prevent the same situation from occurring in the future. Commissioners agreed to obtain the chemicals, which would arrive in 3-5 days.

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