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Wonder what the economic and feasibility studies showed for that project. Diverting the gray water to golf course vs. other locations in the vicinity.
January 15, 2023 at 02:40 PM
FUN FACT: Sharp Park Golf Course gets gray water irrigation courtesy of Pacifica taxpayers.
QUESTION: Why irrigate exotic plants during a mega-drought?
FOLLOW UP: Why irrigate exotic plants during a drought?
Jay Bird |
January 11, 2023 at 05:42 PM
Mike, Mike, Mike, the golf course is San Francisco's problem, not Pacifica. Also if the endangered critters lay eggs out there, nothing can be done til they hatch. I'm sure you know this.
January 05, 2023 at 06:35 PM
San Francisco owns and manages Sharp Park Golf Course.
Yet, somehow (watch closely!) Pacifica taxpayers will end up paying for added pumping due to sea-level rise. Enjoy!
A much larger Laguna Salada was filled in and a golf course plopped on top.
Jay Bird |
January 05, 2023 at 10:18 AM
After that record deluge, it's probably easier to list Bay Area locations that did not flood.
That said, the City of Pacifica is on the hook for dredging Laguna Salada, which could potentially help the situation.
Mike Wallach |
January 02, 2023 at 05:37 PM
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