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Mr Kilfeather has also urged members of the public to keep away from the Slish Wood/Killery Mountain area, which straddles the Sligo/Leitrim border.He stated: “On behalf of Lough Melvin anglers and residents of Askill and Bundoran who source their drinking water from this lake [I ask that we write to] Fermanagh County Council and question what is being discharged into this lake from its sewage/waste water treatment plant at Garrison which causes a very visible foam like slick which can extend from Garrison to Kinlough peir and entombs invertebrates as it travels.” READ: Raw sewage enters Erne near beauty spots and play parks Speaking to The Impartial Reporter this week, he said: “Up until 15 years ago, the water quality in Lough Melvin was second to none but more people are using chemicals in toilets, showers etc.“The lough has salmon, char as well as gillaroo, ferox and sonaghan strains of trout. “A recent EPA report showed increased levels of phosphorous in the lough which could be as a result of agriculture, although there’s no intensive farming in the area; forestry; or pollution/sewage.Enjoy some fantastic Austrian skiing with loads of brilliant people of all ages and from walks of life.Get up close to some of Ireland’s best loved stars and come join us for a hot cup of Barry’s tea, as Ian and the crew broadcast live on the air each morning.Sligo will celebrate Yeats Day this year on Tuesday June 13th.It is the sixth year that the town will mark the occasion.MYSTERY surrounds the presence of foam on Lough Melvin.Northern Ireland Water has said there is “no evidence to suggest” that the foam has been caused by pollution from the Garrison waste water treatment works but Leitrim Councillor Justin Warnock has called for questions to be asked of water officials in Fermanagh.Neighbouring brigades are not in attendance at the moment but crews from Leitrim and Donegal did provide assistance last night.Speaking to Ocean FM this afternoon, Director of Services at Sligo County Council, Tom Kilfeather, says the fire is currently under control.