Ry Rivard |
The backers of a massive fish farm off the coast of San Diego are starting to get a sense of all the hurdles they’ll need to overcome to pull the project off.
The city’s water department is afraid pollution from the fish farm could trigger a regulatory chain reaction that could cost city water customers $2 billion.
The Navy worries that cages of fish five miles off the coast could interfere with its operations...go to article.
Notes on this article:
Potential conflicts will be evaluated in the environmental review process.
Since the EPA is the lead agency on the environmental review process, any issues raised by the California Coastal Commission will be taken into account.