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Greenwood Bay retaining wall to be rebuilt starting early June

Updated: May 30

The 440-foot retaining wall along the channel separating unincorporated Tiburon’s Greenwood Bay Drive (right) from Strawberry’s shore (left) will be rebuilt to help protect the channel and the Greenwood Bay Condominiums. The homeowners association there is funding the work. (Richard Gunn)

Work to rebuild a 440-foot retaining wall to protect a condo complex along Greenwood Bay Drive, where a channel separates unincorporated Tiburon from Strawberry, is set to begin next week.


Richard Gunn, president of the Greenwood Bay Condominiums Homeowners Association, said he hopes the project will be completed by the first week of December and called it “absolutely, absolutely necessary.”

“The integrity of this retaining wall is necessary to protect our condominiums but also to protect the creek channel and the property all around it, the wetlands around it,” he said, noting “there are homes on the other side” in Strawberry as well.

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