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Aquatic Weeds Prevent Ice to Form
The City of Peterborough is spending $16,000 to eradicate an invasive water weed which would make it difficult for a thick layer of frozen ice to form on the Trent-Severn Waterway canal.

The weeds in the canal are six to seven feet long and their presence makes it difficult for the first four inches of ice to form, threatening various recreational activities.

The city plans on two cuttings to happen after Thanksgiving weekend, when the boating season ends, but before the canal is winterized. The first cutting will cut the first four feet of the plant and the second will cut close to the weed’s roots.

 
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