KFL&A: Swimming Not Recommended at Rotary Park Beach

Published on: 2011/07/07 - in Releases
Routine water samples taken this year by KFL&A Public Health at Rotary Park beach have exceeded the acceptable bacteriological water quality standards for bathing beaches.

The beach therefore will be posted as “Not Recommended for Swimming” until testing demonstrates that the bacteriological conditions have returned to acceptable levels. “We have enhanced our monitoring and will continue taking water samples at the beach”, said Ed Gardner, manager, environmental health at KFL&A Public Health.

The public will be notified when the bacterial levels are at acceptable levels. For information about beach water quality, visit www.kflapublichealth.ca and its “Beach Report” chart.

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