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Newport Bay remains closed after sewage spill

September 02, 2013|By Gale Holland
  • A file photo shows canoeists paddling in the Upper Newport Bay.
A file photo shows canoeists paddling in the Upper Newport Bay. (Allen J. Schaben / Los Angeles…)

The Upper Newport Bay, usually buzzing with kayakers and outdoor enthusiasts, remains closed to swimming and other recreational uses after a sewage spill.

The closure includes Newport Dunes, a popular recreation and swimming area. The sewage spill was reported Saturday.

Any updates will be posted on the Orange County Health Care Agency’s website.

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gale.holland@latimes

Twitter: @geholland

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