Friday, July 20, 2007

405- MY POINT EXACTLY

HERE IS THE RED FLAGGED BEACHES STORY. DON'T ANYONE CARE? WHO WANTS TO VACATION HERE? (SEE#401)
Friday, July 20, 2007: Six beach sites red-flagged.. The Division of Environmental Quality has red-flagged five beach sites on Saipan and one on Rota after samples showed excessive concentrations of fecal indicator bacteria. The affected Saipan sites are Jeffrey's Beach, Old Man By The Sea, South Laulau Beach, Ladder Beach and Unai Dangkulo. The affected Rota site is District #2 Storm Drainage (07). Samples collected from these locations were found to contain concentrations of enterococci that exceeded the CNMI Marine Water Quality Standards. These bacteria can indicate the presence of human and animal waste in the water. DEQ advises the public not to fish or swim within 300 feet of these locations for the next 48 hours or until notified. DEQ analyzed samples of 12 Saipan east and south recreational beaches and from 12 locations on Rota.
Search Results for "RED and FLAG and BEACHES": Your search has returned 175 results... This is page 1 of 7.. Date..
5 Saipan beaches red-flagged. The Division of Environmental Quality has raised the red flag on five beaches on Saipan after samples showed excessive concentrations of fecal indicator bacteria... 7/11/2007
Rota beach red-flagged. The Division of Environmental Quality has red-flagged the District No. 2 storm drainage beach site on Rota after samples collected showed excessive concentrations of fecal indicator bacteria... 6/30/2007
Seven Saipan beaches red-flagged. The Division of Environmental Quality has raised the red flag on seven Saipan beach sites after samples showed excessive concentrations of fecal indicator bacteria... 6/24/2007
DEQ red-flags six Saipan beaches. The Division of Environmental Quality has raised the red flag on six beach sites on Saipan after samples showed excessive concentrations of fecal indicators bacteria... 6/16/2007
Four Saipan beaches red-flagged. The Division of Environmental Quality has raised the red flag on four beaches on Saipan and two on Rota after samples showed excessive concentrations of fecal indicator bacteria... 6/2/2007
Red flag up at six Saipan beach sites. The Division of Environmental Quality has raised red-flagged six beach sites on Saipan after samples showed excessive concentrations of fecal indicator bacteria... 5/25/2007
3 beaches red-flagged. The Division of Environmental Quality has raised the red flag on the North Laulau Beach, Unai Dangkulo, and Old Man By The Sea after samples collected showed excessive concentrations of fecal indicator bacteria (enterococci) that exceeded the CNMI Marine Water Quality Standards... 4/27/2007
4 Saipan beaches red-flagged. The Division of Environmental Quality has raised the red flag on four Saipan beach sites: Tanapag Meeting Hall, Central Repair Shop, American Memorial Park Drainage, and Drainage #1 (Hafa-Adai Hotel Drainage)... 4/20/2007
Eight Saipan beaches red-flagged. The Division of Environmental Quality has raised the red flag on eight beach sites on Saipan after samples showed excessive concentrations of fecal indicator bacteria... 3/22/2007
2 Saipan sites red-flagged. The Division of Environmental Quality has raised the red flag on Marine Beach and Unai Dangkulo and advises the public not to fish or swim within 300 feet of these locations for the next 48 hours or until otherwise notified... 3/14/2007
13 sites on Saipan red-flagged. The Division of Environmental Quality has raised a red flag on Plumeria Hotel, Central Repair Shop, Sea Plane Ramp, DPW Channel Bridge, Micro Beach, Hafadai Beach Hotel, Drainage #2 (Hafadai Beach Hotel drainage), Garapan Fishing Dock, Garapan Beach, Chalan Laulau Beach, Sugar Dock, Chalan Piao, and Hopwood School Beach and advised the public not to fish or swim within 300 feet of these locations for the next 48 hours or until otherwise notified... 3/9/2007
DEQ raises red flag on South Laulau Beach. The Division of Environmental Quality has raised a red flag on South Laulau Beach and has advised the public not to fish or swim within 300 feet of these locations for the next 48 hours or until otherwise notified... 3/7/2007
DPW Channel Bridge, Garapan Fishing Dock red-flagged. The Division of Environmental Quality has given DPW Channel Bridge and Garapan Fishing Dock a red flag and advises the public not to fish or swim within 300 feet of these locations for the next 48 hours or until otherwise notified... 2/17/2007
Two beach sites red-flagged. The Division of Environmental Quality has raised the red flag on South LauLau Beach on Saipan and the Unai Babaui beach on Tinian after samples collected from both sites were found to contain concentrations of fecal indicator bacteria that exceeded the CNMI Marine Water Quality Standards... 2/8/2007 . ARE YOU GETTING AS TIRED OF THIS AS I AM? SO I WILL DO NO MORE EDITING. THIS IS ONLY ONE PAGE OF SEVEN, ARE YOU GETTING MY DRIFT YET?
Red flag up at 5 beaches. The Division of Environmental Quality has raised the red flag on five beach sites on Saipan after samples collected were found to contain excessive concentrations of fecal indicator bacteria.More... 12/29/2006 Local 13 beaches on Saipan red-flaggedThe Division of Environmental Quality has red-flagged 13 beach sites on Saipan after samples collected showed excessive concentrations of fecal indicator bacteria.More... 11/12/2006 Local 7 Saipan beaches red-flaggedThe Division of Environmental Quality has raised the red flag on seven beach sites on Saipan after samples collected showed excessive concentrations of fecal indicator bacteria.More... 11/11/2006 Local Four beaches red-flaggedThe Division of Environmental Quality has raised the red flag on four beach sites on Saipan after samples collected from these locations were found to contain excessive concentrations of fecal indicator bacteria.More... 10/20/2006 Local Red flag raised on 14 beach sitesThe Division of Environmental Quality has raised the red flag on 14 beach sites on Saipan after samples collected showed excessive concentrations of fecal indicator bacteria.More... 10/6/2006 Local Red flag up at 3 beachesThe Division of Environmental Quality has raised the red flag on three beach sites on Saipan: Hidden Beach, North Laulau Beach, and Ladder Beach.More... 9/29/2006 Local Red flag raised on Rota beachThe Division of Environmental Quality has raised the red flag on the Kokomo Beach on Rota after samples collected showed excessive concentrations of fecal indicator bacteria.More... 9/8/2006 Local Old Man by the Sea red-flaggedThe Division of Environmental Quality has given Old Man by the Sea a red flag and advises the public not to fish or swim within 300 feet of the locations for the next 48 hours or until otherwise notified.More... 8/17/2006 Local 10 Saipan beaches red-flaggedThe Division of Environmental Quality has raised the red flag on 10 beach sites on Saipan after samples collected showed excessive concentrations of fecal indicator bacteria.More... 8/5/2006 Local Red flag up on four beach sitesThe Division of Environmental Quality raised the red flag at three beach areas on Saipan and at Rota's Swimming Hole due to excessive concentrations of fecal indicator bacteria, which exceeded the CNMI Water Quality Standards.More... 8/3/2006 Local Next Page 1 .....This is not a rare or occasional occurrence this is the status-quo, daily, routine, all the time. Enough of this already. ......GED.....

3 comments:

knicksgrl0917 said...
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bigsoxfan said...

Hey Glen, the name is same as my email. Mark Scease. So who is knickers girl0917? Hope the '17 isn't in reference to her age. To the point, I learned all the weird names for the banned beaches, but they could publish a map and send it to the papers for the uninformed. Personally, my favorite swimmng spot is/was the channel at Tanapeg meeting place, although, I always knew it as the Tannapeg boat ramp.
If they could clean up the sewage, they just might make beach road more attractive. I know the grasses are protected, except for the hotel waiver, but the grass along the road is a little more thick, than is healthy for the very species which need the grass to hide and feed in. go figure.. Mark

glend558 said...

bsf: The above mentioned "kicksgrl is some spam. Its the first I heard that name, but its an ad. I was going to delete, so now I will
adios.