Lake Merced Transport by Robin Scheswohl
Lake Merced Transport (LMT) System captures and controls sewage and stormwater runoff from the extreme Southwestern portion of the City. Oceanside Wastewater Treatment Plant crew walk the LMT. Photo by Robin Scheswohl

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