To the Editor:

Thank you for the article about the $500,000 grant to the City of Avon Lake for the fish cleaning station.

The article stated, "There will be an opening where heads and other fish parts can be discarded. This will be disposed of daily."

To clarify, when the fish parts are placed in the disposal, they will be instantly ground and combined with pressurized water to create a slurry. The slurry will be whisked away to the sanitary sewer that will be processed at the Water Reclamation Plant Is this what she wrote? I think she means the slurry will be processed, not the sanitary sewer. mc across the street with Avon Lake Regional Water. It is hoped that people who use the Fish Cleaning Station clean after themselves. The park attendants will clean the entire surface at least once a day.

Jennifer Fenderbosch

Avon Lake Councilwoman Ward 2, Council Pro Tempore

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