Beaches No Longer Contaminated

City is reopening beaches affected by the sewage spill

By Sarah Grieco
|  Wednesday, Sep 14, 2011  |  Updated 5:52 PM PDT
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Beaches in San Diego are officially reopened.

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Several Beaches Still Closed

More than 10 miles of beaches remain closed. That includes areas 5 miles north of torrey pines and 5 miles south. Also, areas in the southbay including pepper park, bay park and silverstrand remain closed.
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The city has reopened all remaining beaches that had been closed since Thursday’s power-outage-related sewage spills.

Beaches reopened this afternoon include Bayside Park in Chula Vista and the stretch of beach from a mile south of the Los Penasquitos Lagoon outlet to 15th Street in Del Mar.

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