Seahurst Park Beach Re-Opened For Swimming After Sewage Spill

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According to the State Department of Ecology, Seahurst Park Beach has been re-opened after being closed to swimming Friday (Sept. 16th) due to a sewage spill.

According to the state:

“Sample results show bacteria concentrations have dropped to background levels.

The swimming beach was previously closed on September 16, 2011 due to a sewage spill.”

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One Response to “Seahurst Park Beach Re-Opened For Swimming After Sewage Spill”
  1. For clarification purposes, this spill was not in the park itself, but rather in an area well to the north of the park. The Public Health Dept. and the Dept. of Ecology advised us of the problem and signage was placed notifying the public that the beaches were closed as a precaution.

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