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Duck Pond Landfill 3100 Blk. of National City Blvd. National City, CA 9195037-AA-0017 Photo by Anthony TorresPage 1 of 4 September 12, 2012 One of two.

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1 Duck Pond Landfill 3100 Blk. of National City Blvd. National City, CA AA-0017 Photo by Anthony TorresPage 1 of 4 September 12, 2012 One of two areas of settlement with the potential to cause ponding water during rain events is located near the entrance to the used car dealership. Runoff traveling along the cement culvert has to travel up to the adjoining cement drain to travel to the outlet. Photo #1 looking north. The 25 foot long crack on the used car dealership continues to settle and dirt and dust appears to be collecting in the open voids. No methane gas was detected above the cracks. Photo #2 looking east. 2 1

2 Duck Pond Landfill 3100 Blk. of National City Blvd. National City, CA AA-0017 Photo by Anthony TorresPage 2 of 4 September 12, 2012 Vegetation growing along the header line is partially obscuring the visibility of the landfill gas system piping. Photo #3 looking northwest. Vehicles parked on the north and east parking lot continue to travel over the concrete curbing and parking in close proximity of the landfill gas header line and probes. Photo #4 looking south. 43

3 Duck Pond Landfill 3100 Blk. of National City Blvd. National City, CA AA-0017 Photo by Anthony TorresPage 3 of 4 September 12, 2012 A new electrical trench was made within the easement parcel (APN# ) for installation of electrical wiring for three light poles along the north side of the easement. The trench was observed covered with soil. The location is identified with a line and arrow. Photo #5 looking southwest. 5

4 Duck Pond Landfill 3100 Blk. of National City Blvd. National City, CA AA-0017 Photo by Anthony TorresPage 4 of 4 September 12, 2012 San Diego Gas and Electric was observed on-site replacing a metal vault cover. The LEA monitored the vault for landfill gas. Methane was not detectable during the inspection. An unknown liquid was observed at the bottom of the vault. Photo #6 looking southeast. 6


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