Toppled Porta potty at Rocky Creek

And today, Monday, Presdient’s Day, it was retrieved.

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You may have seen this at Rocky Creek. (Originally reported as Bixby, but Ken Wright informed me it was Rocky Creek.) I can’t find the email of the person who reported it to me yesterday, trying to find out who to report it to, but I contacted a number of my resources and Cal Trans has determined who the contractor is who placed the porta potty and they are arranging a date for its removal. Thank you for reporting this to me, and I apologize for not remembering who it was that did so.

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11 thoughts on “Toppled Porta potty at Rocky Creek

  1. Ken, since it belongs (or was rented by) a private contractor, for its workers, I am guessing it is exempt from ADA unless he or she had handicapped workers working that area.

  2. Thats a true natural leach- field. Im imaging a desperately full on the verge bus load of modern day explorers, gazing down,joining hands to feet to skirts and shoes..a gang link poop house line down the face ..to experience a once in a lifetime meditative relief from the stresses of travel…🤔

  3. ….or, the state could take some of the tax revenue generated by Hwy 1 and build some freak’in bathrooms.

  4. Mike, State Parks bathrooms are free, so there is Andrew Molera, Pfeiffer Big Sur SP, MAF, and JP Burns…that’s 4 free bathrooms, by my count. I used to drive into JP Burns to use the bathroom all the time. And this one is NOT public, it was rented by a contractor.

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  5. This is inexcusable! Litter of the toxic variety, never mind the eyesore. No Porta potty should have been in a position to fall down that cliff, by any regulatory standard. Obviously more restrooms are needed, but if this was placed by some well meaning do- gooder, then Behold the result. If related to a construction site, it still doesn’t make sense location- wise. I hope you forward the photo to Mary Adams and the Coastal Commission.

  6. I reported it yesterday, it was retrieved today. I sent it to Mary Adams as well as Call Trans and others, trying to find out who was responsible.

  7. Kate, my comments re location related to headline & commentary indicating it was at Bixby, Rocky Creek makes more sense in terms of construction; still inexcusable, negligent really.
    As always, thank you for all the excellent information and reporting!

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