COLUMBIA — Thirty-seven Canada geese, scattered in uneven rows, float effortlessly across Katy Lake, a relatively small body of water surrounded by houses on Columbia’s south side. On this particular Saturday, they remain undisturbed; not a single person interrupts their quiet swim. But the rowboats tied to short docks at the edges of the lake are testaments to its role in neighborhood recreation.
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