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Over the years the aeration and the spin filter for the treatment of the water on the Golf Course been removed. Now the untreated sewage water been sprinklered all over the Golf Course. I heard from a few people that they have infection on there hand. All I can say if you play on this course use proper shoes and most important sanitize your hands us much you can, even the men's bathrooms are looked up. Please be careful E-coli and Giardia are no joke.  

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What would happen if that was reported to the health department or is there a health department?

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People ask me about this, special when the wind is blowing and the stink blow in all our Houses. Maybe we should find out from some city officials.

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Sounds like an excellent idea!!

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Doesn´t the water for the golf course come from the pond by Beltrones? My understanding is that that water comes from the regular settlement ponds behind Marina Seca. If so, then it is unfair to say the water is untreated sewage water. It is primary treated as is all the sewage water around here but with an extra pond for for more settlement.

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With all respect settlement does not remove any Viruses or Bacteria, this is why Aeration is so important but the Administration of the Country Club removed the Aeration to save 30$ in Power expenses.  


The Prices to play in San Carlos is based at the Price of Los Lagos Hermosillo. Anybody who played in Los Lagos knows what a beautiful and maintain Course this  is. The Water they using is also comes from raw water but they treat the water and not spray this stinking shit on to people.

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Primary treatment is to settle solids. Secondary is to aereate to break the ammonia compounds into nitrite and nitrates. This is also done at the plant by the floating aerators in the settling ponds and the nitrites go off to the atmosphere. 


The SC plant does not have a tertiary system with media so the water is then is irrigated onto soil and grass that naturally contain nitrifying bacteria. This bateria converts the nitrate to nutrients  so that plants can use it as fertilizer as is done commonly all over the world.

Bacteria, parasites, virus and other pathogens are eliminated as a 4th process using chlorine or ozone at the well head or pump delivering potable water for human consumption. Filters do not kill pathogens.


All golfers know that golf course irrigation water is unfit for human consumption.  1000's of courses do this. 


I get it that you are trying to hurt the owners her in SC, but you spreading false info that also hurts our SC tourism is slander in my opinion. 

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Bullshipper to make you happy I will take tomorrow a water sample and pay to get the water tested by a certified Laboratory in Guaymas to clear all questions.


I live at the Golf Course for many years and I play Golf, I never been sprayed any where in the world with such sticky sewage smelling water.

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I have played the golf course many times over the years, and it does smell. I can not personally say how they are treating the water, but it is definitely foul smelling.

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The most stinky part of the whole thing is my swing!!

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long time resident wrote: I have played the golf course many times over the years, and it does smell. I can not personally say how they are treating the water, but it is definitely foul smelling.

If it stinks then the water plant is not aerating it for enough time. If they aerate it at the course it will make a stink close to the homes and club.

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I live on the golf course, it does not always smell when they water, only every once in awhile, so I think Bullshipper is right.

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Aleman69. When will you get the lab report back?

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The Water sample was taken today from a Employ of the Country Club and we bring the Sample today later to the Laboratory.


We used to have aeration in the pond behind the Pump house for the Golf Course, yes it was removed. We used to have Spin filter in the Pump house, yes it was removed.


Bullshipper tell me where I try to make harm to the Tourist industry by addressing Problems.


We used to have a beautiful Driving ranch sold for Cash
We used to have Tennis courts, now complete destroyed
We used to have function bathrooms for men and woman, they are locked up or dirty
We used to have a safety rail to and from the Bridge now rusted away 
We used to have a beautiful 11 Fairway, bulldoze to sell Land
We used to have Lockers for our Golf equipment all destroyed
We used to have 30+ running Golf Cars , what happen


Maybe you should go to the Administer of the Golf Course and find out about all this issues and then inform us. Please   

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The driving range was moved and basically looks like the old one did.
Tennis courts no longer owned by the golf course.
The bathrooms still function, members are issued keys to access them as they were being used by non-golfers making them filthy.
I believe the bridge is the responsibility of the Royal HOA...I could be wrong, but this is what I have been told.
The 11th fairway has not been "beautiful" since Jimena.
There are still lockers in the ladies locker room...not sure about the men's, but no one cares to use them.
Down to 6 carts...don't know what happened there, a failure to maintain them is my guess!

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If the water sample comes back as harmful then you can make a claim with the health department.

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The 11 Fairway was bulldoze by the current Administration and the TEE boxes moved with only one interest to sell the Land. 


The safety Rail is responsibility of the Golf Course 


Please try to get a Key to the men's Bathroom at the 6 hole, it doesn't exist we ask  


Please people be real 



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the new Driving Ranch is hazard for the people in Solimar, where is the safety net 

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Aleman69 wrote: Over the years the aeration and the spin filter for the treatment of the water on the Golf Course been removed. Now the untreated sewage water been sprinklered all over the Golf Course. I heard from a few people that they have infection on there hand. All I can say if you play on this course use proper shoes and most important sanitize your hands us much you can, even the men's bathrooms are looked up. Please be careful E-coli and Giardia are no joke.  



You are suggesting that people will catch E-coli and you don't think that affects tourism or the property values of your neighbors.


Please also explain to me how aeration and centrifuges kill deadly pathogens while you are at it. 

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If it stinks then the water plant is not aerating it for enough time. If they aerate it at the course it will make a stink close to the homes and club.


Bullshipper it stinks direct with the wind blowing in our Homes.


I make no damage to the Tourism in San Carlos, but look the Golf Towers are they not beautiful and how many people last there hard earned money by investing in to the Project.


You seen the pump house and the water treatment for the Golf Course? ask them to take a tour and please check the electrical control panel for the pump house to.


When you finish I invite you to my house and show you how much damage I have to my property investment and maybe you see a different picture who really makes all the damage to San Carlos and the Tourism. You welcome anytime. 

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