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Lynnfield officials caution residents to keep pets out of Pillings Pond

James Mamos, a resident of Lynnfield for 44 years, takes his daily walk around Lynnfield's "hidden jewel," Pillings Pond. (Spenser R. Hasak)
LYNNFIELD — Public health officials are cautioning residents to keep their dogs from wading in Pillings Pond following recent reports of toxic blue-green algae blooms. Outbreaks of cyanobacteria have been found in several Massachusetts communities. The Center for Disease Control said toxic blooms often form in late summer or early fall, where warm, slow-moving waters…

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