SAN DIEGO — There’s heated debate within the South Bay over what some are calling a “sewage pond.”
Residents are concerned a proposed challenge, aimed toward tackling the pollution drawback in the Tijuana River Valley, will finally negatively affect them.
Emotions rang excessive at Monday night time’s San Ysidro Group Planning Group assembly. Some residents voiced they don’t seem to be joyful to hear a few proposal to construct what they’ve dubbed a “sewage pond” near their houses.
San Diego’s Surfrider Foundation is proposing a sediment basin to be constructed off Dairy Mart Street close to the International Wastewater Remedy Plant. The organization explained after rainfall the basin would hold sewage contaminated water that spills over from Mexico for a brief period of time so it might then be filtered and handled before being released.
It’s an answer to assist clear up what Surfrider San Diego stated is already a sewage pond.
“As of now it’s sitting there. It’s drying. Individuals are operating by means of it once they’re making an attempt to cross the border, which means Border Patrol agents should run by means of it,” stated Bethany Case with Surfrider San Diego.
Though the proposal is in its very early levels, residents are visibly upset they weren’t knowledgeable concerning the concept earlier.
“There [are] many considerations as to mosquitos, foul odor, property devaluation,” stated resident Alfred Miranda.
Leaders with Surfrider stated they have been waiting till that they had a more concrete proposal collectively earlier than holding a public meeting. But they are saying after hearing this feedback they may be sure to include residents from right here on out.
For extra details about the proposal, contact Gabriela Torres at email@example.com.