In the past week 12 piles of limestone rock were placed in the lake approximately 75 feet apart along a 1000 foot stretch of the northeastern bank of the east lake. Just beyond the willows, pictured in the last photo, you can see the tip of a rock emerging form the surface of the lake. In the first and second photos, you will notice looking at the pile of rocks as they sit on land that ample voids for the protection of young fish will be created when placed in the lake.


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