Thursday, November 29, 2007

WARNING: Diesel Fuel Spilled In Freshwater Crk.

Last night a diesel fuel truck went off a bridge and into Freshwater creek spilling an unknown but large amount of diesel into the creek. The Humboldt Fire District estimates that 60-100 gallons of fuel went into the creek. Local blogger Heraldo reports that "the creek reeks of diesel" and "There’s oil below Freshwater Park so containment isn’t entirely successful."

The Times-Standard says "County health officials are advising area residents who draw water from Freshwater Creek to find other sources while cleanup continues..."

For more info go to:
Humboldt Herald
Eureka Reporter

Thanks to Heraldo for alerting the community.


At 11/29/2007 08:35:00 PM, Anonymous theplazoid said...


sorry about posting this here, all out of context and whatnot, but i don't knopw/couldn't figure out how to email you...but anyways... is back! ...and we have a sad victory of sorts to report:

in a post from January 15, 2006, the fraudulent "Mental Health Services Act Community Support and Services Plan" is exposed as being mathematically impossible and fraudulent in its assertion that 80% of homeless people have "mental health issues." (

Well, in a Eureka Reporter article form 8/20/2007 "Bureau probes fraud claims" ( it says:

"Utecht said a diagnosis of substance abuse alone would not permit reimbursement for the time clients spent in the county’s psychiatric inpatient facility, Sempervirens.
He claims “hundreds of thousands of dollars billed this way” over a period of four years, dating back to when he was a temporary “rent-a-doc” with the county.
“If it’s a polysubstance diagnosis, the county doesn’t get paid for SV,” Utecht said in an interview. “They need psychiatrists to change it to ‘psychiatric’ to get paid.”

So, it is a "victory" in that tad's article accurately saw through the bullshit and called out a fraud before the whistle-blower came out.
Of course, there hasn't been much publicity or CHANGE, so, i guess it's not so much a "victory" as it is an "i told you so."

be well, keep up the good work

At 11/29/2007 09:22:00 PM, Blogger John Doe #86 said...

Hey plazoider, thanks for the update. Maybe I'll put the email address back up. I wasn't checking it much and worried that peoples letters would get put into the junk folder and deleted before I found them.

At 12/01/2007 10:28:00 PM, Blogger Heraldo Riviera said...

Thanks for the links. Here's an update on the clean-up situation.

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