Blue-green algae is back in Lake Como.
The Cayuga County Health Department says the DEC confirmed that from a sample taken Monday.
These blooms can be hazardous or noxious to humans and pets.
The health department and DEC advise that you don’t get into it, drink or wash with it.
Derek Green of the Cortland County Health Department’s Environmental unit prepared this helpful video.
The DEC also confirmed perennial lakewide blue-green algae at Dean’s Pond in the town of Marathon.