Some residents said they were alarmed to learn that three fix-winged planes will spray over a 60-square-mile area from Marina to Pacific Grove for three days beginning Sept. 5. The application will begin at 8 p.m. each day and continue throughout the night, weather permitting.
State officials said they will monitor soil samples during the night to make sure the pheromone was applied properly.
Seaside environmental justice activist LeVonne Stone was passing out fliers showing health warnings printed on the manufacturer’s labels for CheckMateOLR-F, one of two synthetic pheromones to be used.
Does anyone have the manufactures’ health warning for the human waste in the sand at Lovers Point? Now there’s something to be afraid of . .