Cert. denied – Looking forward to an Estero without miles of racks, plastic bags

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The supreme court issued their orders this morning.

On the list of cases denied a hearing, Drakes Bay Oyster Company.

Now to get DBOC to clean up the mess they bought/created along with the lease.

Let’s hope they break with what seems to be the tradition of the oyster industry and actually do the right thing and clean up the mess they made while making a profit from the public waters of the State of California.

Read about other local oyster growers and the mess they either created, bought, continue to create or are beginning to clean up, here, here, here and here.

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2 thoughts on “Cert. denied – Looking forward to an Estero without miles of racks, plastic bags

  1. I was waiting for you to post this news. An appropriate ruling based on principal and given all circumstances IMO. If they do the right thing and clean up their operation I will publicly commend them for walking their talk. If not, we will then know we were being BS’d all along. Thanks for the post . . .

  2. Thanks for this. My comment on the IJ editorial today has the same sentiment. Let’s move on with our public lands that are not in private hands (maybe a good sign to post?).

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