LAKE TEXOMA -- Health officials also say Lake Texoma is still safe for lake goers and pets.
The July report came out Friday morning and the department says Blue-Green Algae toxins in Lake Texoma are below detectable levels.
Grayson County Health Director Amanda Ortez says there are low concentrations of Blue-Green Algae present but the concentration is not high enough to create any dangerous toxins.
The health department will continue testing algae over the next several months.
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