Next time you're sitting with your feet in the sand and a cold beer in one hand and free peanuts in the other, think about this: Paradise Cove Cafe might be contaminating Paradise Cove. Heal the Bay gives failing grades to the water in the area and blames the Malibu restaurant: "Among the violations alleged by the state at the restaurant: groundwater pathogen limits, failure to complete on-site wastewater system plant repairs, too much sewage flow, and too much ammonia. The restaurant still hasn’t put in a sewage disinfection system that can do the job at a big restaurant that is heavily frequented." At least the peanut shells are biodegradable. [Spouting Off]
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