the missing Seattle news coverage re Seattle swim situations

using the search function at komonews.com,
king5.com
and kirotv.com
we search for swim . . .
not much useful at any of them, from the point the view of those who are thinking of going to a beach or park or swimming pool in nice weather and aren’t sure where to go or what things are like . . .
Some people visit Denny Blaine and find out to their surprise there are plenty of nudes there, but Seattle major news media don’t tell anyone this . . .
king5 lets you know that a woman cancer survivor can swim in a public pool without a top
the other sites might carry (probably?) that story on the woman lacking breasts swimming topless somewhere but it is not at all obvious . . .
Sad that it took Seattle months or a year or however to let the woman without breasts swim in a pool without a top . . .
None of the major Seattle news sources tell you that there is a little website that tells us every week about the water quality, fecal contamination and algae danger or good quality of the water . . . so far as I know . . .
None of the major Seattle news sources tell you that there are 3 known clothing optional locations for those who desire that . . . or that Denny Blaine is nationally known for being a clothing optional beach per a Huffingtonpost news article.
None of the major Seattle news sources give you much of a hint about whether you can wear a thong at Greenlake or Madison  at least for walking nearby, if not in the water . . .
king5.com search for Greenlake algae . . .

Sorry! There are no results for your search term.

kirotv and komonews both have a short article from mid-September of last year–lake closed to swimming due to algae bloom . . .
Ignorant people, like me as of a few weeks ago, did not know that the water quality of every Seattle beach is tested and rated every week . . . and that Greenlake as of a few days ago is supposedly good per fecal matter and good per algae and I can even find out average and expected temperatures of the lake water itself . . .  I should be swimming if the water is warm!
If we search the seattleweekly.com for swim here is our result
Unable to locate any stories containing your search for: Swim

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