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It should be taken care of you know these things are already supposed to be in place and they're not that's not fair to us as a business to have to deal with that a Florida environmental group is threatening to suit the city of Cape Coral for permit violations that could be polluting the water thank you for joining us for Fox 4 News at Ten I'm Malcolm Johnson now that notice is alleging the city has ignored important requirements of the Clean Water Act which is supposed to keep the city's water clean for in your corner Sam Sosa spoke with locals and Matt Lachey today to see if they have noticed a difference in water quality Malcolm this traces back to two thousand eight when Cape Coral removed the cedis barrier in the north canal spreader that treated water for pollution after it's removal the Florida clean water network says the city was supposed to take action to make up for that loss of pollution treatment and they say they haven't done it business owners and locals in Matlacha say they've seen the effects firsthand happy customers come in and out of the island seafood market in Matlacha every day you gotta do it all catch it cook it sell it but when water problems rise it hurts business we're purchasing seafood or selling seafood you know they want to trust our decisions as far as being able to say this is a quality product so anytime there's any doubt in mind it makes it harder for them to trust us sometimes the Queen water network of Florida is threatening to sue the city of cape coral because they say they haven't followed through with the requirements of a major pollution permit the city was allowed to remove the cedis barrier in 2008 on the condition that they would make up for the loss of the pollution treatment system I called Linda young director of the clean water network of Florida and the person who sent out the notice to see what those requirements were specifically they were supposed to identify all the outfalls that go into those canals and there's a lot of and then they were supposed to make plan a written plan that would be approved by the EP for how they were going to divert the polluted water from those out falls somewhere else and not into the canal business owners and locals say they've been feeling effects from the pollution when you're putting pollutants in into water than that's that's spread its migrating out into the land it's migrating into the air and they're hoping if there are violations the city steps up and takes responsibility the safety and well-being of our citizens should be our number one concern anything that's unnatural that's going into the water isn't right I reached out to the city of Cape Coral Public Works and they say they just received the notice a few days ago they need to review the claims before they can comment but we'll keep you updated on any new developments in the studio Sam Sosa Fox 4 in your corner