Local and regional experts will gather in Half Moon Bay May 4 for a disaster preparedness event specifically tailored to those living on the coast.

The Coastside Community Preparedness Day is a City Council priority and has proven to be “very successful” in preparing residents for emergencies, Management Analyst Corie Stocker said at a meeting April 16.

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vincent wei

All brought to you by the environmental groups who have stopped access to and from HMB since the 1970's. They grudgingly approved narrow tunnels in a known slide area and the basically useless uphill passing lanes on the west side of 92,

All the while, obstructing the basic tenet of the Coastal Act.... that being access to the California coast for ALL Californians.

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