The court ordered the removal of 75 tons of abandoned telephone cables from Lake Tahoe

The court ordered the removal of 75 tons of abandoned telephone cables from Lake Tahoe

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  • Under the agreement, the company will remove the cables within 90 days of receiving authorization. Pac Bell isn’t admitting any liability, and should the deal fail to be consummated, the lawsuit would be reinstated. The following is a list of the most commented articles in the last 7 days. A trending article titled “Court orders removal of 75 tons of abandoned phone cable from Lake Tahoe” with 4 comments.
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A trending article titled “El Dorado supervisors to send governor letter opposing vaccine mandate” with 31 comments. El Dorado supervisors to send governor letter opposing. The cable is estimated to weigh 75 tons and was discovered in 2020 by divers Seth Jones and Monique Rydel Fortner. Its discovery prompted the founding of Below the Blue, a nonprofit that removes debris from the lake. AT&T purchased Pacific Bell and plans to remove the cable by next year. The cables stretch from Baldwin Bay across the mouth of Emerald Bay to Rubicon Bay. The cables could date back to as early as the 1930s.

According to Beyond the Blue, the cable conservatively contains more than 60 tons of lead. “Now that the risks of such contamination are known, it is unfathomable to continue exposing Lake Tahoe’s residents and millions of visitors to potential harm,” Jones said. If you don’t follow the rules, your comment may be deleted. Court orders removal of 75 tons of abandoned phone cable from Lake Tahoe. SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. — Eight miles of abandoned telephone cable laid off the West Shore of Lake Tahoe were ordered removed under a settlement, according to a federal court decree.

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