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Belvedere unveils refined plans for extensive seawalls work

Belvedere’s extensive flood-fix proposal now includes an array of public amenities — including beach access, multiuse paths and parks — to mask the seawall developments and connect residents and visitors with the shoreline along Beach Road and San Rafael Avenue. The refined design was unveiled at the Belvedere City Council’s annual retreat on Dec. 18 at the China Cabin on Beach Road — one of two arterial roads that city officials are working to protect against rising sea levels, major storm events and seismic damage with a project that could cost up to $26 million. (Image via One Architecture)

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