Lyngbya clean-up crew discovers spring vent

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Volunteers removed 548 tons of algae

By Special to the Chronicle

Kings Bay Rotary’s “One Rake at a Time” community service project uncovered another spring vent in King’s Bay while removing Lyngbya on the last day of the year. Right at the end of one of the Hunters Spring’s canals, fresh clean water could be seen bubbling up through white sand where it had not been seen in years, according to Art Jones, pioneer of the project. Next to the sea wall more water could be seen gushing up where it had been uncovered in November.

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