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The City of Chelan is hoping for some improved patrols on the lake this summer. We've reported on the situation with the buoys that define the no-wake zone, that they were moved last year, but are being moved again. City Administrator Wade Farris:

Farris said the move will help those who recreate on the water:

On another note, if you've had some issues with your garbage being picked up, Farris apologizes, he says the problem is a garbage truck breakdown:

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