For our friends on vacay . . . Here's a word of caution and a reminder that local holes are always treacherous.
Take a peek at stinky danger and the constant danger of infection . . .
The department has posted signs at both the beaches.
"E. Coli is naturally occurring and can happen after heavy rains or from various wildlife," the post said. "Clay County follows the same procedures as the state of Missouri when other beaches have an elevated E. coli reading."
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Clay County Parks Department has issued a swim advisory for two Smithville Lake beaches, the Camp Branch and Little Platte beaches, due to elevated E. coli levels. According to a Facebook post , the department has posted signs at both the beaches. "E.