Where Builders & Beaches Clash
The Coastal Commission
Thursday, April 30, 1992
Possibly the most coveted place on the globe is that stretch where the Pacific Ocean splashes against the edge of the fading dreamland called California. A remarkable chunk of land extending 1,100 miles from the remote foggy forests above Crescent City to the industrialized yuck near National City, the California coast has provided generations of Californians with a playground, resource repository, ecosystem extraordinaire and place of spiritual renewal.
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