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Beach at Rogers Park in Weeki Wachee reopens

There are 26 comments on the St. Petersburg Times story from Jul 22, 2010, titled Beach at Rogers Park in Weeki Wachee reopens. In it, St. Petersburg Times reports that:

The beach has reopened at Rogers Park, 7244 Shoal Line Blvd. Swimming has been banned at the park since July 7 due to high bacteriological test results.

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Run262

Jackson, NJ

#1 Jul 23, 2010
Local Law; HotDog2-I812, states: no one permitted on beach wearing a bathing suit that no longer fits. Anyone wearing a tight suit with 40 pounds gut hanging out will be confused for a whale and harpooned.

1)Parents are responsible for snot-nosed kids running around and causing problems.

2) Anyone cursing in public will have beer poured over their pitiful head.

3) Clean up your mess or you're worthless car gets torched.
Run262

Jackson, NJ

#2 Jul 23, 2010
The lifeguard is right and you are wrong.
goof bag

Inverness, FL

#3 Jul 23, 2010
MY MY BUT WHY ?

ISLAND PARK ?

WHY IS IT THAT SOME NYER HAS TO PRETEND THAT HE KNOWS IT ALL

NOW IF FROM BRIGHTON BEACH - COULDN'T HELP GET IT RIGHT

WILL LOOK FOR THIS GUY AND BOOK HIM INTO HERNANDO
COUNTY JAIL - JAIL IS THE PLACE FOR A FUGITIVE QUAIL - HOPE HE WAILS, a DEPUTY
Run262

Jackson, NJ

#4 Jul 24, 2010
blow me paulie
pauline

Inverness, FL

#5 Jul 24, 2010
Run262 wrote:
blow me paulie
watch that molar; a bit scratchy
Sue

Inverness, FL

#6 Jul 24, 2010
Run262 gets the award for breaking 'decorum' of the forum for first time in about 10 days....

Of course my 'pauline' I apologize for; that is for my poor taste in jibbing.

Will now keep quiet
Good Stuff

Inverness, FL

#7 Jul 24, 2010
You stay quiet, no problems. You post, problems.

“TRUTH ”

Since: Jul 09

Location hidden

#8 Jul 25, 2010
OH no oil bath today
Sue

Inverness, FL

#9 Jul 25, 2010
Good Stuff wrote:
You stay quiet, no problems. You post, problems.
a tieeny weeny spider might like a dust mite go SNAP trying to be mighty mouse
Mimi

Saint Petersburg, FL

#10 Jul 25, 2010
Ohh how I dread the black and white trash there. All such nyaaz. Both with wild running kiadz
Sue

Inverness, FL

#11 Jul 25, 2010
darn it; forgot myself

will however only forget myself again only if I can eat a cracked cracker with hot tomato source

so you 'all' get a week to demonstrate that all, republicans and democrats, believe in the right to free speech

see ya next sunday, off to Tampa, only wish Ma would buy me my own lap top without which I'm forced to shut-up
what gives

Ashburn, VA

#12 Jul 25, 2010
disention among posters

what the h---l

and then - go away
who would swim here

Haines City, FL

#13 Jul 25, 2010
disgusting, people's toilets empty right into that water..forget sharks...look out for turds!!!!!
The truth of the matter

Inverness, FL

#14 Jul 26, 2010
Incorrect. Law requires the houses on the river to have septic tanks. Its the overflowing and undermaintained septic tanks
that raise the bacteria count.
who would swim here wrote:
disgusting, people's toilets empty right into that water..forget sharks...look out for turds!!!!!
Rule of Thumb

Inverness, FL

#15 Jul 26, 2010
keep mum unless exactatude is what it is

yes - septics

septics are designed with people in mind

yet and then some folk are more productive than others (physically as well as verbally)

some on canals cannot have weeps to handle their
productivity

after tanks overflow weeps (size not exactlly specified in law) need but cannot be modified.
Rule of Thumb 2

Inverness, FL

#16 Jul 26, 2010
why talk about ofel*?

* ofel is awful
who would swim here

Haines City, FL

#17 Jul 26, 2010
The truth of the matter wrote:
Incorrect. Law requires the houses on the river to have septic tanks. Its the overflowing and undermaintained septic tanks
that raise the bacteria count.
<quoted text>
It really doesn't matter when they don't follow the rules or you end up with a nasty infection from swimming there.

Plus they let dogs go in the water.

No thanks!!! I will use my well maintained pool.
JONES 5301

Gainesville, FL

#18 Aug 11, 2010
who would swim here wrote:
<quoted text>
It really doesn't matter when they don't follow the rules or you end up with a nasty infection from swimming there.
Plus they let dogs go in the water.
No thanks!!! I will use my well maintained pool.
OMG dogs in the water stay home and swim in all your chemicals ya big sissy.
JONES 5301

Gainesville, FL

#19 Aug 11, 2010
The truth of the matter wrote:
Incorrect. Law requires the houses on the river to have septic tanks. Its the overflowing and undermaintained septic tanks
that raise the bacteria count.
<quoted text>
Also incorrect all houses on the river are hooked up to county sewer system.
Anonymous

New Port Richey, FL

#20 Aug 12, 2010
you are all crazy

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