Nine second homes in Duck Cove, a bayside enclave in Point Reyes National Seashore, will be vacated next year after officials turned down a request by leaseholders to grant a 10-year extension. David Briggs

Point Reyes National Seashore denied requests this month for nine private lease extensions in Duck Cove, a remote hamlet on the western banks of Tomales Bay, claiming that such extensions are at odds with the “purpose for which the park was established.”

The leaseholders, whose 40-year use reservations will expire next year, have been asked to . . .

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