"Seven Disasterous Years Later: The County's Recently 'Accepted' Project Looks Awwwfully Familiar to SewerWatch." at http://www.sewerwatch.blogspot.com/.
Read it and . . . . laugh? Then ask, What the hell was the Coastal Commission smoking, anyway? Without any proof demanded, they bought the pre-recall CSD's SOC statement about how the community was demanding a sewer plant in the middle of town so they could build a tot-lot next to it, and now it appears they also accepted, apparently with no proof, a claim that there was no "financial incentive" to put the sewer plant out of town (C-3), even though, when the County later took over the project, it was easily able demonstrate a variety of "financial incentives" on the two plant sites. (Not to mention that CEQA demands that if there's a less environmentally sensitive alternative, it must be persued.) But in this case, that wasn't done and nobody asked, even when the old "bait & switchy" red flag went down on the play. So, let me ask again: What was Rob Miller smoking? What was MWH smoking? What was the Coastal Commission smoking?
Meantime, I think maybe Morro Bay and Cayucos better wake up since the CC will soon be "reviewing" their sewer upgrades and if the Wallace Group (Rob Miller) and MWH are involved with that project . . . ?
Woa. Hide the silverware, Boys!