City, Commission Force Homeowners to Pay Big for Right to Protect Their Properties
"Not long after Torgen Johnson moved into his ocean-view house on top of a coastal bluff at Pacific Avenue, a sudden landslide triggered by a rainstorm claimed a chunk of his property. . . . Johnson is now building a 50-foot-long sea wall below his house to protect it from future slides."
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