Metro Parks Community and Neighborhood Parks Manager Joey Furuto walks along the water while looking at the water at Wapato Lake in Tacoma on Friday. Metro Park is about to try to kill the algae in the lake with a chemical treatment.
Metro Parks Community and Neighborhood Parks Manager Joey Furuto walks along the water while looking at the water at Wapato Lake in Tacoma on Friday. Metro Park is about to try to kill the algae in the lake with a chemical treatment. Lui Kit Wong lwong@thenewstribune.com
Metro Parks Community and Neighborhood Parks Manager Joey Furuto walks along the water while looking at the water at Wapato Lake in Tacoma on Friday. Metro Park is about to try to kill the algae in the lake with a chemical treatment. Lui Kit Wong lwong@thenewstribune.com

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