Town of Ramapo Supervisor Michael Specht Follows Up on the Eugene Levy Park Complaint

Town of Ramapo Supervisor Michael Specht Follows Up on the Eugene Levy Park Complaint

Town of Ramapo Supervisor Michael Specht followed up with the following words on the Rockland Responds Q&A regarding the Algae and Litter at Eugene Levy Park.

"Dear Rockland Daily Readers," Specht wrote, "I just wanted to update you on the pond conditions at Eugene Levy Park. Our pond consultant has visited the site and informed us that the vegetation is duckweed, not algae. While the resident was concerned that it was toxic and harmful to the geese, duckweed is not only non-toxic but actually edible and is eaten by birds and some fish. It also inhibits algae growth. Our consultant treated the lake to control the duckweed and will return this week to check on its progress."

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