The threat of sea-level rise looms especially near for Stinson Beach, where ocean waters have risen eight inches in the past century. Climate experts predict that by 2100, seas could rise 70 inches, putting over 700 homes in the popular beach town at risk of constant flooding. 

Jeff Loomans, the Stinson Beach representative on the county’s Coastal Communities . . .

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