Local, State and Federal agencies announced Thursday that an additional 34 miles of the Kalamazoo River and the entire two miles of Morrow Lake impacted by the 2010 Enbridge oil spill are now open for recreational use. The newly opened portion stretches from Saylor’s Landing near 15 mile road and the Kalamazoo River in Calhoun County to Morrow Lake. This follows the April 18th opening of a nearly three mile portion from Perrin Dam in Marshal to Saylor’s Landing, a new river access site near 15 mile road and the Kalamazoo river. Part of the area referred to as the Morrow Lake Delta is still closed and will be identified by buoys. Officials say people could see sheen or flecks of oil in the river, even after this new portion is open. But both County Health Departments and The Michigan Department of Community health don’t expect any long term health effects from people touching residual oil on the river or in the sediment, although there could be temporary effects such as skin irritation. Enbridge will continue to perform oil recovery, even after openings occur, under the direction of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the Michigan Department fo Environmental Quality.