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Posted at 04:41 PM in Environment & Nature | Permalink
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What the hxxl is going to happen when we have to replace the sewage treatment plant, have no money, and the water is rising?
Wm Boyce |
July 18, 2022 at 07:35 PM
PACIFICA IS THE WINNER
According to this report, Pacifica contributed 75% of the total sewage spiilled in San Mateo County 2021-2022.
QUOTING THE REPORT:
"There were 38 sewage spills into bodies of water adding up to 3,950,039 gallons. One 2.9-million-gallon spill closed Pacifica State Beach, and one 44,000 gallon spill closed Linda Mar Beach."
This report misses the point that Pacifica State Beach and Linda Mar Beach are one and the same.
Jay Bird |
July 04, 2022 at 10:02 AM
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