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4 thoughts on “Sewage concerns close Blakely park’s beach

  1. Commissioner Lee said ” Sewer district board member Sarah Lee estimates between 3,000 and 5,000 gallons of partially-treated sewage leaked from a hole in a 40,000-gallon tank.” I note a delay between when the sewage breach was first discovered and when word got out. The timeline seems somewhat unclear. The initial news reports did not contain any statements from the three (3) KCSD #7 Commissioners even though all three live within 1/2 mile of the sewer breach. I will be very interested to see what the damages are and who will be paying the damages. Is this covered by insurance or it is covered by the KCSD #7 customers? What KC penalties will be incurred? I look forward to Chris Dunagan’s bird dogging of this story. Pollution is serious business. Let’s follow this story closely Kitsap Sun Editorial Staff. There is a tendency to avert our eyes away from real problems.

    Read more: http://pugetsoundblogs.com/bainbridge-conversation/2012/04/04/sewage-concerns-close-blakely-parks-beach/#ixzz1r8BP1Qrc

  2. I must say that it is good to see Mr. Olsen sniffing around. We should all wish him well in his efforts to get to the bottom of the problem.

  3. Mr. Olsen stop stating the obvious. You are not the boss. Stop micromanaging and let people do their jobs – I am confident everyone involved is highly capable even without your Input.

  4. I must say, that after reading Mr. Olsen’s post again, I am of the opinion that Mr. Olsen may have a wee-bit of a leak of his own.

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