From the Dayton Daily News:
Big changes may take years to achieve, but Tim Lovett, president of the Lake Improvement Association at Grand Lake St. Marys, believes enough improvements can be made to put the lake back in use by next spring.
Mike Shelton, spokesman for the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, said Lovett’s goal is “feasible.”
“We’re certainly hopeful of the same results,” Shelton said Monday, Aug. 9
Cooler temperatures and less sunlight after the summer should help end the toxic algae now in the lake, Shelton said.
Planned improvements are aimed at getting the lake open by spring, he said.