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San Joaquin County health officials issue warning on algae blooms

City says Lodi Lake safe

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Posted: Friday, August 29, 2014 2:25 pm

With the last three-day weekend of summer upon us, San Joaquin County health officials are warning swimmers, boaters and fishers about the recent rapid growth of blue-green algae blooms in many local waterways that can produce potentially harmful toxins.

The recent hot and humid weather in San Joaquin County, combined with low river flows, have contributed to the rapid growth of algae blooms that may produce harmful toxins, according to Alvaro Garza, San Joaquin County public health officer.

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