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For the third consecutive year, Cowell Beach is not included on Heal the Bay’s “Beach Bummer” list.
“This is such great news,” said Mayor Donna Meyers. “The changes in bacteria data measurements which have kept Cowell Beach off of the ‘Beach Bummer’ list over two years now demonstrate the positive power of government working with a focused group of community organizations.”
For the first time in 10 years, Cowells was not included on the annual “Beach Bummer” list – showing major improvement for the Santa Cruz beach.
Cowell’s Beach once again finds itself on Heal the Bay’s ‘Beach Bummer’ list, but experts in the Cowell’s Working Group have noted a long-term reduction in overall exceedances of state water quality standards and concentrations of bacteria.
Save The Waves is pleased to announce that Cowell Beach has dropped to number eight on Heal the Bay’s annual “Beach Bummer” list, after nine consecutive years as number one or two, and moving to number three in 2017.
SANTA CRUZ, CA – Save The Waves, the City of Santa Cruz and the Cowell Beach Working Group (CWG) are cautiously
The local and international communities came together on Friday, April 27th and Saturday, April 28th, 2012, to commemorate and celebrate
On September 20th, Save The Waves played a role in the CA Coastal Commission’s 30th Annual Coastal Cleanup Day as