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Old 08-17-2019, 09:22 AM   #7
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The State Government would be all over a private business for this pollution action and operating without a permit. Yet, the Government, once again is the bigger offender with a permit that has expired 3 years ago and not fixing a known problem. The taxpayers on NH inland water ways are paying big money for the seasonal lake/waterfront tax bills. It is TIME to put these dollars back into the lakes and rivers for future use. NH may not have a state income tax but the residents PAY in other ways and experience the same misuse of Government funding. It looks like the problem with cyanobacteria, filamentous, millfoil and other issues are not just the fault of lawn fertilizers. Thanks for this info and post.
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