Water dumping isn't a pleasant thing, and it's something we've been dealing with in Florida for a while, mostly since Hurricane Irma. When Irma hit, it showed specific Floridians how weak the sewer systems are after years of abuse and hard weather thanks to hurricane after hurricane over the years. Because of the severity and pure size of Irma, it destroyed many sewage systems or at least damaged them to the point of panic. That panic being that this contaminated water was going to reach retention ponds and viable bodies of water is where water dumping comes in.
If you're lucky enough to live in central Florida, then you've more than likely heard of, or been through, Lake County. The name suits the county well as it is home to over 1,000 lakes, most of them being named. We're going to dive into the crisp, refreshing history of some of Lake County's more well-known bodies of water.
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