Experts: Connecticut's beaches improving, could be better
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#1 Jul 30, 2009
Nice job, Amanda! I am also happy not to see Seaside Park mentioned or any of the Fairfield beaches or Compo either here. It wasn't an oversight, was it? I used to love it those.
#2 Jul 30, 2009
Bridgeport has an old sewer treatment plant that cannot handle a lot of rain. When it gets too much, they just open the gates and let all of the raw sewage enter the Sound. No wonder there are beach closures.
#3 Jul 30, 2009
AS I SEE IT, by Mainer Mike Brown.
I have hardly been out to the beach with all this rain.
#8 Jul 30, 2009
Don't worry stalker....the evidence is building with every word out of your mouth. I have been in touch with the CT POST about this. Your day is coming.
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