Los Angeles: High Levels of E-Coli Found in Echo Park Lake Water

KFI: Echo Park Lake has been a big topic of discussion in recent months. In March, the LAPD removed hundreds of un-housed residents from the park, before completely shutting it down for clean-up and repairs. After 2 months of clean-ups and repairs, the park completely reopened. Nearly 6 months later, the lake is in the news for a different reason – high levels of E-coli, a bacteria that comes primarily from human waste. MORE

14 Comments on Los Angeles: High Levels of E-Coli Found in Echo Park Lake Water

  1. LA MAYORS..WHAT WOULD WE DO WITHOUT THEM??

    MUCH BETTER FOR CERTAIN

    NEWSOM AND GARCETTI NEED TO GET A ROOM

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  2. I remember Echo park when my grandparents too me there as a kid – was a nice safe place to visit – Griffith Park too.
    Not so much anymore, I see.

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  3. Some of the most polluted beaches in the country are on Oahu, because of all the homeless living there. It’s disgusting.

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  4. Seems to me that the homeless should be on the radar of elimination by the Gates foundation. The dregs of society would be the first test run of the jab. They did a good job of eliminating the elderly and people with serious illnesses. Anyone and anything that’s a drag on society (except the illegal slaves) is a target. The environmentalist will approve of eliminating the polluters from society.

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