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Photos (above and below) we recently took at the Dollaradio Station house on Palmetto. As most of you know, this is one of our few Pacifica landmarks. The property is in a precarious position due to coastal erosion along the bluffs. We want to help Joan Levin, PHS member and owner of the property. Perhaps some of you might like to join a "Friends of Dollaradio" group. We recently visited with Mitch Postel of the San Mateo Historical Society, Pacifica Mayor Julie Lancelle, and Pacifica City Council member Sue Digre. Further questions? Call Kathleen Manning at 415-509-6685.




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Should the historic building be physically moved inland? What else could be done?

Better link here, possibly:

Then click on the picture to zoom in. DollarRadio house is clearly visible at high resolution.

I get "You don't have permission to access /images/2005/large/4/200505964.JPG on this server."

As seen from the ocean:

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