OFF LIMITS, Tuesday, May 15 at 10:00 p.m., ET/PT
Don Wildman crisscrosses the United States, taking viewers behind locked doors to uncover the secrets of the country’s man-made world. Whether traversing obscure or familiar turf, his journey is full of fun and surprises.
In an all-new episode at 10:00 p.m., ET/PT, Wildman goes to the top of a 525 foot tower to see the new earthquake-safe Bay Bridge, gets special access to the largest sugar mill in the U.S., takes a drive in the Mars Rover at Johnson Space Center and visits the U.S. Mint in Denver to see how millions of coins are made each day.
He also handles a deadly shark at the Monterey Bay Aquarium and goes behind the scenes at OC Groundwater in Orange County, California, where more than 70 million gallons of drinking water are produced each day.
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Thank you for this post. Looks like a great show!
Any thoughts on who should replace Councilwoman Alvarez on the OCWD Board when she goes off the council? Which current councilmembers do you think would be most qualified? I read once that board members make something over $2,000/month (maybe more since I’ve heard it’s $250 per meeting up to 10 a month) so I think we should get the best person we can to decide these important issues. I’m hoping Councilmember Martinez wins her election, but if not, I think she would do a great job and the pay would help make up for some of the sacrifices she has made running this campaign. If another councilmember does not want to do it than maybe Mr. Pedroza would consider taking it. I know he would be qualified and would take it seriously. Also, maybe you can run a post sometime telling us who represents Santa Ana on other regional boards?????
Thanks for all you do on this blog to report what other mainline news sources will not. Thank you!
“Water, water, every where,
Nor any drop to drink.”