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Landowners Fed Up with Trash Left in San Marcos River
The people living along the San Marcos River are familiar with the noise from rambunctious tubers. Now, residents are voicing their concerns, saying an unacceptable amount of trash is being left behind in the wake of weekend floating.

Tubers enter the water equipped with floats from Texas State Tubes and Don’s Fish Camp, both of which operate just west of Martindale.

“Everyone has the right to use the river, tubers and swimmers. But they don’t have the right to degrade our precious resource,”


 
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Failing Lakes in Florida - The United States Environmental Protection Agency has set limits on the concentrations of total nitrogen, total phosphorus, and algal chlorophyll allowed in Florida lakes starting in March 2012. If one or more of the respective concentrations exceeds these criteria, the lake is considered to be impaired due to pollution and subject to a variety of regulatory actions.


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