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Oneida Shores Beach Reopened for Swimming
August 11, 2016

The Onondaga County Health Department announced today that Oneida Shores Beach, located in the town of Cicero, is open again for swimming.  Swimming at Oneida Shores was closed on August 10, 2016 due to high bacteria levels of E.coli in the water.  Lisa Letteney, Director of Environmental Health, explained that water quality test results received today now show acceptable levels.  The Joseph F. William Memorial Park Beach, also located in the Town of Cicero, remains closed to swimming due to high levels of E-coli bacteria in the water.



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