After last week’s storm, the National Park Service bulldozed an opening through a fortified dune, created earlier this year, so that water trapped in the Stinson Beach parking lot—seemingly by the project itself—would not continue to flood nearby houses. David Briggs
Last Thursday’s storm revealed flaws in a flood repair project undertaken this year by the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, when two feet of water pooled in the northern section of the parking lot at Stinson Beach, spilling over berms and into homes on neighboring Calle del Pinos.  The

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