• cynthia curran

    Carlsbad just open a desalination plant. It works, so why opposed it. It would be nice to have the Justinian Law code on building near the coast but OC has already lots of expensive housing near shore lines.

  • Paul Lucas

    This band of pirates must be stopped. Dr Lester is an excellent Executive Director and this attack on Lester is an attack on the Coastal Act. Governor Brown has lost the plot and this will tarnish his legacy til the end to time. This is how far those who want to shove Poseidon down our throats will go. Newsflash guys, time is running out where the Federal Government will no longer allow California or anyone for that matter to discharge municipal waste water out to sea without full reclamation. The space slotted for Poseidon must be reserved to expand the OCWD and OCSD plants to accommodate this new mandate.

    • cynthia curran

      Carlsbad just open one so why not Huntington Beach.

      • Paul Lucas

        Hey we invaded Afghanistan why not Iraq? The plant in Carlsbad is already creating major problems just like the one in Florida and the one in Australia. In fact there is not one single Poseidon desal plant in the world that has not been a compete disaster by not even remotely meeting the goals or what they were supposed to do when they got sold to a gullible public. In fact the only systems in lace that work as planned are the ones in the Middle East in which the damage to the environment and the costs are outlined before hand because basically they dot care about their environment as long as we keep buying their oil.