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Madison Lakes Have an Early “Spring Cleaning”

If you head down to the shore of Lake Mendota today, you’ll notice you can see right down to the bottom. In fact, the current Secchi reading is seven meters, meaning you can get a clear view of Lake Mendota’s … Continue reading

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