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Lake Emma is one of the “chain lakes.” COLA members worry that if one lake in the chain becomes contaminated, it could mean the death knell for the remaining lakes in the chain, or a massively expensive cleanup cost. (Sarah Smith / Enterprise)

COLA discusses successes, where to focus in the future

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By Sarah Smith

Hubbard County lake activists organized early in the game and worked hard to build a model that other counties emulated and envied.

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But like a loose thread that keeps popping up out of a weave, the

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Sarah Smith is the outdoors editor. She covers Hubbard County, courts and breaking news.

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