Friday, February 1, 2008

North Shore Posted Due to Marin County Sewage Spill

North Shore Posted Due to Marin County Sewage Spill

Friday, February 01, 2008 12:09 PM


The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission is proactively posting beaches on the north shore of the City as a precaution against possible contamination by the release of 2.7 million gallons of sewage into Richardson Bay early this morning. Samples will be collected today and the results will be available tomorrow.

Areas Affected/Testing Conducted (but not limited to):
  • Aquatic Park
  • Crissy Field
  • Baker Beach
  • China Beach

5 comments:

Neil said...

I am so sad today. I went out to O.B. today. I haven't been there since I was cleaning it up after the spill. I took my friends nephew who has just moved to the city from Michigan to see the ocean for his first time. I was so happy to show him the beach. O.B. has a special place in my heart. When I was in film school and moved to the city I was very lonely and the only thing that I looked forward to was going to O.B. every day and riding my body board or running on the beach if the waves were bad. Both of my children saw the ocean for the first time at O.B. When I went there today I thought that the beach would look better than the last time I saw it. It looked WORSE! The sand is soaked in black sludge. The sand was so ugly it made me so pissed off that I had to leave. Does anybody know if there is a plan to clean off the top layer again? Are they going to snow plow the top and haul it off or is O.B. just going to be some desolate waste land? If anybody has any word on what they plan to do in the upcoming months please e-mail me and send me a link to any article. I have looked and looked and I see nothing about further clean up efforts. Thanks.

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CKing said...

This is so awful. How could that much sewage be released? Not only does it have an effect on humans because you can no longer enjoy the beaches as much, but the environmental impact is dangerous. This disaster will surley kill many forms of life, ranging from microscopic organisms to larger mamals and fish species. Not good at all.

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