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January 28, 1998
The Los Angeles Regional Regional Water Quality Board voted to raise a fine levied against the city of Los Angeles to $150,000 for two spills that caused raw sewage to contaminate the ocean, the board's executive director said. "These spills were avoidable, they didn't have to happen," said Dennis Dickerson. Last April, about 60,000 gallons of raw sewage overflowed from a sewer maintenance manhole along Pacific Coast Highway into a storm drain which emptied into the Santa Monica Bay.
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