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E-M:/ Michigan Environews




  MANISTEE -- State officials today sued the Grand Rapids developer of a 
northern Michigan golf course, where tons of soil last year washed off a 
fragile bluff and into Lake Michigan.
http://gr.mlive.com/news/index.ssf?/news/stories/3arcadia120801.frm

  BAY CITY - Saginaw Bay duck hunters on Saturday pushed the Department of 
Natural Resources to fix a dike that preserves a game habitat at the 
Nayanquing Point Wildlife Area.
http://bc.mlive.com/news/index.ssf?/news/stories/thepoint.frm

 JACKSON - A record $7,000 will be spent on pesticides this year by the 
Jackson Count Parks Department in an attempt to control grubs.
http://ja.mlive.com/news/index.ssf?/news/stories/26grubs.frm

ANN ARBOR - Lisa Yee was dressed as an endangered Michigan wood turtle when 
she took to the streets of Ann Arbor Sunday with nearly 100 other plant- and 
animal-costumed participants for the fifth-annual All Species Parade 
sponsored by the Great Lakes National Resource Center.
http://aa.mlive.com/news/index.ssf?/news/stories/earthday2.frm

 MUSKEGON - After four days of around-the-clock repair work on a broken sewer 
main near the Muskegon Farmers Market, workers Saturday were able to send 
sewage to the treatment site and away from Muskegon Lake.
http://mu.mlive.com/news/index.ssf?/news/stories/pipe26.frm

 MUSKEGON - Muskegon Lake should have had dozens of boats on it this morning 
with the opening of walleye, pike and trout season. But what should be one of 
the busiest weekends on the lake will be one of the quietest this year 
because of the high-pressure sewer main that burst near the Muskegon Farmers 
Market on Tuesday.  "Nobody should be out there," said Mike VandenHeuvel, 
chief sanitarian at 
 the Health Department. "They shouldn't be handling bait, shouldn't be 
 handling lines and shouldn't be handling fish."
 http://mu.mlive.com/news/index.ssf?/news/stories/nofish$02.frm >>

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  MUSKEGON - Muskegon Lake should have had dozens of boats on it this morning 
with the opening of walleye, pike and trout season. But what should be one of 
the busiest weekends on the lake will be one of the quietest this year 
because of the high-pressure sewer main that burst near the Muskegon Farmers 
Market on Tuesday.  "Nobody should be out there," said Mike VandenHeuvel, 
chief sanitarian at 
the Health Department. "They shouldn't be handling bait, shouldn't be 
handling lines and shouldn't be handling fish."
http://mu.mlive.com/news/index.ssf?/news/stories/nofish$02.frm

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