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Actually, Jordan Lake is in great shape. Over 90% of the lake meets DEQ standards 100% of the time, and the other 10% is above DEQ standards over 80% of the time. The state spent less than $2million for renting SolarBees, and most of that money was spent by Medora Corp in valuable water quality testing of Jordan Lake. Medora's data, collected far more often than DEQs, shows the machine have made a difference. They could make more difference if Jordan Lake water quality goes down in the future and/or other accessories are put onto the machine. For the proposed $2billion in watershed protection, the state could rent the SolarBees for 2000 years (think of from now back to B.C.), but experience in other watershed indicates the $2billion would not affect Jordan Lake's water quality one iota. The legislature has done the right thing. Joel Bleth, President, Medora Corp.

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Posted by sb1 on 06/08/2016 at 11:01 AM

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