Bacteria levels threaten success of Ky. park, group says

A volunteer group has found elevated bacteria levels at two of six canoe launch areas that it monitored at Floyds Fork in Kentucky. The group noted that more than $120 million in public and private investment has gone toward developing the Parklands of Floyds Fork. "Those capital investments are only as good as the quality of that stream," said the group's Russ Barnett.

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