Stop overflowing sewage |

Stop overflowing sewage

Now is the time to send a message to Auburn via an overflow sewage pipeline from Grass Valley. Hopefully, Auburn will then relay the message to Sacramento, where government people may pipe the matter directly to the Pacific Ocean, where it belongs. This would stop our creeks, rivers, the delta and the San Francisco Bay from being the main conveyors of pollutants to the ocean. This would allow all water-loving creatures to be very contented.

Dave Wilzbach

Grass Valley

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