“We’re not buying their pronouncements,” he said. “They have a history of pollution on the San Joaquin Hills (toll road). Their filters failed, and the public had to pick up the tab.Ã‚Â
That’s Dan Silver, executive director of the Endangered Habitats League, talking to The Register about his lack of faith in TCA’s proposal to prevent runoff from the proposed Foothill-South 241 Toll Road Extenstion from reaching Trestles beach. Apparently, the agency in charge of the toll roads has promised us yet again that they have a plan to keep Trestles (and San Mateo Creek) clean. However, they made this same promise when they proposed building the San Joaquin Hills (73) Toll Road through Laguna Coast Wilderness Park. And what happened there? Just sayin’…
OK, I should stop blathering now and let YOU spesk your mind. Do YOU think the 241 can be extended to San Onofre in an “environmentally sensitive” way? Or are they on track to not just break another promise, but also break the law?
I want to hear what you have to say, so please tell me what you think about TCA’s plan to deal with runoff prom the proposed Toll Road to Trestles.
Go ahead. Make my day. Fire away, and have your say!