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November 18, 1999 | Andrew Glazer, (949) 574-4204
A state water quality official told the City Council on Tuesday night that the city would be open to crippling lawsuits if it didn't stop pollution in Aliso Creek. "It's easy for the city to say 'It looks like a general fecal mess out there,' " said Wayne Baglin, chairman of the San Diego region of the California Regional Water Control Board, which oversees the area's water quality. "But you need to recognize you're the undisputed leader in contamination levels in the entire watershed.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 18, 1999 | Andrew Glazer, (949) 574-4204
A state water quality official told the City Council on Tuesday night that the city would be open to crippling lawsuits if it didn't stop pollution in Aliso Creek. "It's easy for the city to say 'It looks like a general fecal mess out there,' " said Wayne Baglin, chairman of the San Diego region of the California Regional Water Control Board, which oversees the area's water quality. "But you need to recognize you're the undisputed leader in contamination levels in the entire watershed.
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