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Pipe it there

In attending the Auburn “McClintock, Herger Talk on Wastewater Treatment” on Monday, Sept. 27 (RE: The Union, Sept. 25, 2010 Pg. A3), it was learned that Cascade Shores pays the highest sewer fees in California and many city representatives expressed concerns about the Environmental Protection Agency and California State Water Resources Control Board’s excessive fees and regulations.

After attending the meeting is seems there is a great need to pipe wastewater directly into the ocean rather than using our streams, rivers, delta, and bay to transport our waste into the ocean.

Dave Wilzbach

Grass Valley

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