There once was a time in recent years when you saw nothing reflected on the surface of the village Duck Pond--not the sky--not the trees or the clouds--just a never-ending sea of foul-smelling green soup, infested with mosquitoes, and devoid of most other life.
Today, thanks to the hard-work and research of the volunteer committee, we're proud to say that the Duck Pond is again clean, clear, and home to turtles, muskrats, and fish. Click on the photo.
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AN ARTICLE ON THE DUCK POND FROM 1973: CROTON’S DUCK POND THEN & NOW http://everythingcroton.blogspot.com/2012/05/blog-post_27.html