The city’s recent seawall meeting was disappointing. At December’s meeting, residents asked to see options for natural solutions that can adapt with increasing sea level rise. The 2014 General Plan says, “Wherever feasible, shoreline protection shall take the form of nonstructural measures, such as setback, redesign, relocation or beach replenishment.”

The only viable natural option presented was putting native plants next to the wall.

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Summer Lee

This piece asks all the right questions that I hope get answered before Pacifican's are saddled with more assessments and the City goes further into debt.

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