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09/17/2009

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Lets all work together with doing this simple things no more chemicals on farms and lawns (go organic and don't over use it) proper maintenance on your car. We all can do this.

power to the people!!

Not surprised...these new pathogens make their way to the Chesapeake Bay when international ships dump untreated sewer and bilge water into the Bay. International ships are not required to pre-treat non-portable discharges.

MAPO addressed that in 1972 and corrected the ship discharge issue.
Ships also practice ballast exchange at sea.
MAPO was swift in accomplishments.

CBF should investigate the "ship discharge issue" of 1972,,,,, not just a ground/farm runoff issue. The Coast Guard turns it head on this?

wow me Amaizing impact this information is what you can do so little bacteria

we must keep clear the waters of our community to avoid these kind of tragedies. Pour waterman I hope that some take the responsibility of this tragedy.

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