Lake Oroville A Floating Ghetto

Lake Oroville A Floating Ghetto

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llindalu

Berkeley, CA

#1 Jan 14, 2011
The Bidwell Marina looks like a floating trailer park, it is extending way to far in to Lake Oroville. I would guess that 25% of the houseboats do not run, and are ready to sink. I call for the State Of California to set up a 1 mile zone that every houseboat has to power on there own through the track, if it passes it can stay. The houseboats that can not run the course should be removed, and or repaired. The sewage systems need to be tested for leaks, repaired and or removed. Besides that Lake Oroville is more than half full January 2011, I expect the lake to fill by spring 2011, great fishing, peacefull camping and Eagles soaring. See Ya There
DZEIER

Berkeley, CA

#2 Jan 17, 2011
Yes i agree LLindalu ive been down on the lake last week and past alot of old dilapidated boats and if we had seals thay would be there lol, from Bidwell Marina it took forever to get past the 5mph maker and when i did i was in the middle of the lake where i usually would be fishing thay need to move them boats back and check out the older ones, we don't need crap in the lake, other then that we had a GReAT time fishing and boating and looking forword to summer time fun hope to see ya there to LLindalu.
llindalu

Berkeley, CA

#3 May 27, 2011
DZEIER wrote:
Yes i agree LLindalu ive been down on the lake last week and past alot of old dilapidated boats and if we had seals thay would be there lol, from Bidwell Marina it took forever to get past the 5mph maker and when i did i was in the middle of the lake where i usually would be fishing thay need to move them boats back and check out the older ones, we don't need crap in the lake, other then that we had a GReAT time fishing and boating and looking forword to summer time fun hope to see ya there to

LLindalu.
Lake Oroville is full, but they have left the houseboats out in the middle of Bidwell area, they use to move them back in the Bidwell arm of lake, closer to there marina.I feel it is a real eyesore, not to mention about the enviromental effects the excessive houseboats are having on the health of Lake Oroville.Please help clean up Lake Oroville our mountain GEM.
David Goff

Los Angeles, CA

#4 Jul 1, 2013
Please, leave all of us poor folk alone and please do not hate us because we are poor. Have you ever been in a situation where you wonder if your going to eat food or have enough money for basic necessities?

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