Lake Elsinore water quality improvements heard at LESWA water summit

Lake Elsinore Mayor Steve Manos greets guests attending the Lake Elsinore & San Jacinto Watershed Authority Tuesday, April 30, at Launch Pointe in Lake Elsinore. Valley News/Tony Ault photo
Significant improvement to Lake Elsinore’s water quality due to active algae and other treatments were reviewed at the Lake Elsinore & San Jacinto Watershed Authority Summit in Lake Elsinore Tuesday, April 30.The LESWA Summit held at Lake Elsinore’s Launch Pointe brought dozens of water experts, biologists, scientists, city council members and staff to hear a panel of experts discuss the water quality and fishery health and history of the large recreational lake of Lake Elsinore.Measuring 3,000 surface acre feet, Lake Elsinore is the largest natural lake in Southern California and has had a number of difficulties, not faced to a great extent by other freshwater lakes in the region. The problem in the lake, through the years, is caused by large green and blue-algae growths a
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