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32nd Avenue Beach on Bde Maka Ska closed temporarily due to E. Coli levels

32nd Avenue Beach on Bde Maka Ska closed temporarily due to E. Coli levels Photo: Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board

Updated: June 25, 2019 04:32 PM

The Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board says the 32nd Street Beach at Bde Maka Ska has been temporarily closed after officials found E. Coli bacteria in the water exceeded state regulations.

According to the MPRB's website, elevated bacteria levels in lakes usually occur after rain events and return to normal levels within 24 to 48 hours.
 

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