Residents move to close lake accesses to stop infestation
SPICER -- After enduring a week long state government shutdown, citizens are taking matters into their own hands to protect area lakes.
According to the Department of Natural Resource website, about 2,000 employees were laid off last week leaving about 220 employed. The layoffs have prompted some Minnesota lake associations to urge legislators to treat public lakes like public parks allowing no access.
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