Return of Algae Blooms on East Hampton Town Pond Vexes Village Officials - 27 East

Return of Algae Blooms on East Hampton Town Pond Vexes Village Officials

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Blobs of slimy algae have been blooming in Town Pond in East Hampton Village this spring. Crews working for the village have been raking it out but new blooms pop up in a matter of days. 
KYRIL BROMLEY

Blobs of slimy algae have been blooming in Town Pond in East Hampton Village this spring. Crews working for the village have been raking it out but new blooms pop up in a matter of days. KYRIL BROMLEY

Blobs of slimy algae have been blooming in Town Pond in East Hampton Village this spring. Crews working for the village have been raking it out but new blooms pop up in a matter of days. 
KYRIL BROMLEY

Blobs of slimy algae have been blooming in Town Pond in East Hampton Village this spring. Crews working for the village have been raking it out but new blooms pop up in a matter of days. KYRIL BROMLEY

Blobs of slimy algae have been blooming in Town Pond in East Hampton Village this spring. Crews working for the village have been raking it out but new blooms pop up in a matter of days. 
KYRIL BROMLEY

Blobs of slimy algae have been blooming in Town Pond in East Hampton Village this spring. Crews working for the village have been raking it out but new blooms pop up in a matter of days. KYRIL BROMLEY

Blobs of slimy algae have been blooming in Town Pond in East Hampton Village this spring. Crews working for the village have been raking it out but new blooms pop up in a matter of days. 
KYRIL BROMLEY

Blobs of slimy algae have been blooming in Town Pond in East Hampton Village this spring. Crews working for the village have been raking it out but new blooms pop up in a matter of days. KYRIL BROMLEY

Blobs of slimy algae have been blooming in Town Pond in East Hampton Village this spring. Crews working for the village have been raking it out but new blooms pop up in a matter of days. 
KYRIL BROMLEY

Blobs of slimy algae have been blooming in Town Pond in East Hampton Village this spring. Crews working for the village have been raking it out but new blooms pop up in a matter of days. KYRIL BROMLEY

Blobs of slimy algae have been blooming in Town Pond in East Hampton Village this spring. Crews working for the village have been raking it out but new blooms pop up in a matter of days. 
KYRIL BROMLEY

Blobs of slimy algae have been blooming in Town Pond in East Hampton Village this spring. Crews working for the village have been raking it out but new blooms pop up in a matter of days. KYRIL BROMLEY

authorMichael Wright on May 11, 2023
The return of a thick carpet of spongy goops of green algae nearly carpeting the surface of Town Pond in East Hampton Village has left officials and engineers scratching their... more

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