More metro beaches get shut down because of E. coli risks

  • Article by: ASHLEY GRIFFIN , Star Tribune
  • Updated: July 24, 2013 - 10:35 PM

Concern for swimmers leads to closures on Minnetonka, Calhoun, others.

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dkinnspJul. 25, 13 8:56 AM

The ballooning Canada goose population has to be a major factor in this. It's time to get serious about reducing the numbers so we can get our parks back.

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garcialaterJul. 25, 13 9:17 AM

Metro lakes have turned into runoff reservoirs. All the junk from roads and yards collects there. You'd have to be crazy to swim in such filth. I'd rather fill my kids inflatable pool in the yard and sit in that.

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nshoreJul. 25, 13 3:32 PM

I'm not sure why there's a swimming beach at Lake Hiawatha at all - E.Coli problems happen there every year.

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