MEDIA ADVISORY: Regional Partners to Announce Next Step on U.S.-Mexico Border Sewage Spills
The Port of San Diego, the City of Chula Vista and the City of Imperial Beach will be unveiling the next step in their strategy to force federal officials to take immediate action to halt the flow of toxic waste and sewage from the Tijuana River to the Pacific Ocean. Officials from the Port of San Diego, City of Chula Vista and City of Imperial Beach will speak and will be available for media interviews.
Friday, March 2, 2018, at 10 a.m.
|Tijuana River National Estuarine Research Reserve Visitor Center, 301 Caspian Way, Imperial Beach, CA 91932|
|Imperial Beach Mayor Serge Dedina|
Chula Vista Mayor Mary Casillas Salas
Port of San Diego Commissioner Dan Malcolm
|The almost continuous flow of toxic waste and sewage into the Tijuana River and, from there, the Pacific Ocean, is a significant threat to public health, two state parks, a national wildlife refuge and the vitality of the impacted communities.|
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Paul Spear, Publisher, and Editor of Dig Imperial Beach