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Visitors miss toxic algae warning signs on Fourth of July (2)
Brian Zenz with Oregon State Parks said the Army Corps of Engineers tests Dexter Reservoir for the algae, then alerts park headquarters.


"Here at Dexter Reservoir park and at Lowell park, we've notified the public by posting our orange algae signs stating that be caution be aware that the lake has blue green algae," Zenz said.