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Glenwood Lake
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Glenwood Lake is on a tributary of the Hutchinson River in Westchester County and is used for recreation. At normal levels it has a surface area of 4 acres. The lake is presently covered by algae due to lack of flow and nitrogen fertilizer runoff from surrounding properties. The algae creates the appearance of a solid surface which is further supported by empty drink bottles floating on the surface as if they were sitting on solid ground.

Unfortunately the park area surrounding the lake has become a dumping ground for trash which is evident by the garbage bag in the picture. Even though there are trash barrels in the park, people seem to use the ground and lake surface to deposit their trash. The homeowners surrounding the lake are frustrated by this activity and do their best to keep this public park clean.

Copyright: Dennis Orzo
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Uploaded: 26/08/2012
Updated: 10/04/2014
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