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Swim Guide Results in Upper Neuse Prompt Concerns

Environmental

Posted on July 22nd, 2019

Sound Rivers’ popular summer Swim Guide program has Raleigh-area residents and visitors concerned about their water quality, after several sites on the Upper Neuse had high levels of bacteria for two weeks in a row. Swim Guide intern Laurel Holloman spoke with several news outlets about the results, which you can check out below.

Swim Guide will continue monitoring your waterways this summer; you can see the latest results for your favorite waterway at soundrivers.org/swimguide or text “SWIM” to 33222.

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WRAL

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