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Maureen Ziskovsky operates a power washer in August 2011 during a demonstration of the unit at Green Lake. The Green Lake Property Owners Association is committed to purchasing a power washer unit to decontaminate watercraft using waters in the county, if a way can be found to provide trained staff to operate it. Tribune file photo by Ron Adams

Putting the heat on invasive species: Lake property owners association committed to purchasing $16,000 power washer

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SPICER — Kandiyohi County is on the verge of putting the heat on Aquatic Invasive Species to stop their spread and possible arrival here.

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The Green Lake Property Owners Association is committed to purchasing a $16,000 power washer unit that could be used to decontaminate watercraft, if something can be arranged to provide the trained workers needed to operate it through the summer.

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Tom Cherveny
Tom Cherveny is a regional and outdoor reporter with the West Central Tribune in Willmar, MN.
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