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There's a lot of wood in the lake right now, Chelan County Sheriff's Sergeant Rob Huddleston took a trip up the lake last week and saw some of it:

Chelan County is looking at ways of getting rid of that woody debris. Chelan County Commissioner Tiffany Gering had a meeting last week with officials from the State Department of Fish and Wildlife and the Chelan County Natural Resources Department, business owners along the lake and Manson Parks to discuss what can be done about the situation. Gering says they learned a couple of things:

And Gering says that leads to several questions:

Gering says woody debris is a problem that hits a lot of people:

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