San Diego County reports over $64,000 in damages after CRSSD Festival
Despite its relatively successful inaugural event, reports are now showing that CRSSD Festival may have left more of a mark than it intended. San Diego’s Waterfront Park has reported over $64,000 in damages following the two-day festival, citing main damages to a playground sign, food, drink and gum stains to the fountain hardscape, irrigation heads and valve leaks, depressed turf and granite surfaces, as well as more than 500 plants that will need to be replaced. Already, festival organizers are taking responsibility and have agreed to the County’s estimations and plans to cover all costs of repairs. Find a detailed list of the damages here.
Via: NBC San Diego