Cyanobacteria blooms, and worries spark a state commission

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Cyanobacteria blooms, and worries spark a state commission

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CONCORD — Cyanobacteria, an organism that can be highly toxic to plant and animal life, is plaguing lakes, ponds and rivers throughout Lakes Region, and environmental advocates are asking residents to call or write to support HB 1066, which would create a study commission to address the problem.

The State Legislature’s Resources, Recreational and Development Committee will hold a public hearing Wednesday, Jan. 12 at 1:45 p.m. in Room 305 of the Legislative office Building in Concord. It’s unclear whether there will be a remote option. Concerned residents are asked to email the committee at or send letters to NH House of Representatives, Resources, Recreation and Development Committee, Legislative Office Building, Rm 305, Concord, NH 03301.

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