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$3 million project aimed at better Lake George water quality

Porous asphalt expected to reduce stormwater runoff

A section of Beach Road in Lake George that was repaved with porous pavement to protect the lake from pollution is shown Monday.
A section of Beach Road in Lake George that was repaved with porous pavement to protect the lake from pollution is shown Monday.
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Thunder rolled over a news conference Monday at Million Dollar Beach. An announcement interrupted: All swimmers must leave the water. Soon enough, a heavy thunderstorm hit Lake George’s southern basin. Such downpours will cause less runoff into the lake in the future because of one of the environmental protection projects state officials announced Monday. The Department of Environmental Conservation will spend $3 million to repave the Lake George Beach parking lot and the section of ...


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