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(Vancouver, WA)  --  Vancouver Lake is once again safe for swimming.  Clark County health officials say recent water tests showed decreased levels of toxic blue-green algae.  However, officials say the algae isn't gone completely, so people should avoid areas of the lake that have a "scummy" appearance.  Officials also advise residents to avoid the Burnt Creek Inlet, which still has high levels of the toxic algae.

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  • Powers Road between SW Elkhorn Street and Porcupine Drive for paving, road closure with local access only, 9/16/19 - 9/17/19.
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