Save the dying lake
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Reaching out to our dear neighbors, local environmentalists, and everyone who cares about preserving our nature.
Our local lake, located at the corner of Diston Court and Sheffield Lane, Mount Laurel, NJ, is dying. Green, smelly, standing water infests dangerous mosquito species (Zika virus threat) and serves as a hazard to the neighborhood of more than a 100 houses. Authorities want nothing to do with the lake nor its territory, refusing to clean and maintain the area. The lake is under direct responsibility of Mount Laurel Township, that chooses not to return any of our phone calls, neglecting its responsibility to tax payers.
Saving the lake would drastically improve the life of our community: residents would go fishing, take their kids and dogs for a walk and throw picnics. A fountain installation could prevent standing water. The surrounding territory could be turned into a local park, with walkways, lights and benches.
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