Oct 16, 2012 8:44 PM by Christina Jensen, KSBY News

Bacteria in San Luis Obispo County waters high

Water samples taken Monday show the amount of bacteria in San Luis Obispo County waters are higher than the state standards.

About 14 areas in the County showed a significant amount of water bacteria, including Avila, Shell, and Pismo Beach.

All of the sites listed below were posted with health advisories:

•OCB12: Oceano Beach (Pier Ave)
•PB3: Pismo Beach (302 yards south of pier)
•PB4: Pismo Beach (14 yards south of pier)
•SEW 7: Shell Beach (Silver Shoals Drive)
•AB 8: Avila Beach (149 yards east of pier)
•AB 9: Avila Beach (176 yards west of pier, half-way between pier and San Luis Creek)
•OLDE 12: Olde Port Beach (131 yards west of lifeguard station/restrooms)
•HAZ10: Hazard Canyon
•MB11: Morro Bay (25 yards north of main parking lot)
•MB13: Morro Bay (Atascadero Ave)
•CAY13: Cayucos (Studio Dr)
•CAY14: Cayucos (D Street)
•CAY15: Cayucos (half-way between pier and creek)
•PICO23: San Simeon (Pico Ave)



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