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2009-10-16SAVANNAH, MO. |  By: Wayman

Lager E Coli

Savannah Senator Brad Lager chairs the senate committee that oversees environmental issues and says there's been a clear effort by Department of Natural Resources staff to mislead senate investigators. Lager says an outside investigation may be necessary. The DNR Director Mark Templeton says the release of the E-Coli report for a month didn't pose a public health risk because bacteria die in lake of the Ozarks in about 4 days.