The Sharp Park Specific Plan is spot-on. Visionary. Essential. Brilliant. Yes, Palmetto Avenue can be a vibrant small walkable “Downtown Pacifica.” A new hotel at 2212 Beach Blvd. is key. Shops and eateries will make Pacifica thrive. The added tax revenue to our city treasuries is essential for our economic viability.

The plan goes into detail about potential sea level rise, yet it is virtually silent about a simple sea level rise solution — a robust seawall.

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