The predatory litigious "Baykeeper" is back in the news.
...The city was on the California Coastal Commission’s May agenda for consideration for a coastal-development permit — one of several permits/certifications needed from various agencies — for the marsh construction phase that includes replacing a collapsing 24-inch culvert with a 48-inch culvert that connects the marsh and Humboldt Bay.
The Coastal Commission pulled the permit from the agenda.
Last year, high levels of dioxin were discovered in the sediment in a ditch bordering the east side of the former Simpson Timber Co. plywood facility off Railroad Avenue and adjacent to Del Norte Street. This information was contained in a report by Southern California-based environmental consultant Soil/Water/Air Protection Enterprise, which was hired by Humboldt Baykeeper and Californians for Alternatives to Toxics as part of their lawsuit against Simpson for alleged Clean Water Act violations... (Read the rest: Marsh plan stalls)
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