Friday, June 8, 2007

Oh Lake Erie


A shift in the wind may have saved City of Luna Pier residents from further headaches after thousands of foul-smelling dead fish washed ashore.
For more than a week, city crews have been hauling away loads of mostly sheepshead, carp and white bass from the city's public beach near the Clyde R. Evans Walking Pier. Then the wind shifted from the northeast to the south Thursday and local authorities say that might mean an end to the messy pileup and noxious odors.

The rest of the story here.

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