Wednesday, Apr 02, 2014
David Burruto
  • by Brendan P. Bartholomew

    San Francisco Examiner

    Neighborhoods, infrastructure and endangered-species habitats adjacent to the San Francisco International Airport are threatened by flooding connected to sea-level rise, and not enough planning has been done to protect them.

    That’s the word from San Mateo County Supervisor Dave Pine, who recently helped secure funding from the California Coastal Conservancy to study risks to parts of South San Francisco, San Bruno and the airport.  For full article, visit Peninsula sea-level study to focus on flood threats surrounding SFO