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October 27, 2016

Video: Cleaning the seaweed

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  • LV1951 posted at 1:15 pm on Wed, Jun 18, 2014.

    LV1951 Posts: 119

    Why was the seaweed being removed and trucked to the east beach this morning before daylight? I thought is wasn't supposed to be removed. Any answers? How about GCDN checking this out!

  • Jake Buckner posted at 1:30 pm on Wed, Jun 18, 2014.

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    Seems like I've seen it moved around in the past, from beach to beach... Depending on where the worst buildups were.

  • LV1951 posted at 3:16 pm on Wed, Jun 18, 2014.

    LV1951 Posts: 119

    But it was my understanding that there is too much sand in the seaweed to move the seaweed without depleting the beach. I've been told that the beach is depleted from where they took the seaweed from in front of the San Luis. But oh, it's in front of the San Luis-of course it got moved! Can the GCDN check on this and tell us the real deal about what is really allowed in removing the seaweed?

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