Auburn City Council to ask state for more specific harmful algae data

The Auburn City Council asked staff Thursday to draft a letter to the state reiterating concerns first raised last year regarding at what levels it reports the toxins found in harmful algal blooms.

In 2017, the state Department of Health began to change when it reports microcystin, a toxin produced by the cyanobacteria that form harmful algal blooms, is found in drinking water samples.

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