Restaurant Sewage On McAbee Beach

550 Wave street is Wave Street Cafe. Maybe the gulls liked it.

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On Saturday around 1:30 p.m. a complaint of sewer odor was logged coming from 550 Wave Street. Monterey public works crews determined that it was a broken sewer lateral that was leaching into an adjacent storm drain, Anderson said. The storm drain leads to Monterey Bay near McAbee Beach behind Cannery Row.

The beach remained closed Tuesday pending completion of repairs to the sewer line that occurred on private property where a lateral pipe from the property ran toward the sewer main on Wave Street in Monterey.

Restaurant Sewage On McAbee Beach

That’s Not How You Change The Grease Fryer

Mysterious oily substance on beach surrounded by restaurants eh?

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Cleanup has begun at McAbee Beach in Monterey after an oily substance was found in the sand in February. Crews were removing contaminated sediment Tuesday from the area near Cannery Row where they discovered the petroleum substance, according to the Monterey County Health Department.

The substance is leaking from the foundation of an old building on the beach, but the source of the substance is still unknown.

That’s Not How You Change The Grease Fryer

Nature Closes Beach

Up from the ground comes a bubblin’ crude.

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As a safety precaution, the city of Monterey on Thursday closed McAbee Beach due to what was described as a small amount of a petroleum-like substance that had been discovered in the area of the beach.

The substance will be tested to determine exactly what it is and its origin, according to a press release issued by the city. The city is acting on the recommendation of the Monterey County Health Department to close the beach. The leak was described as “minor” and confined to the remnants of a cement foundation of a former building located on the site. The beach will remain closed until further notice.

Nature Closes Beach