The City of Belvedere declared a state of emergency this week after engineers informed city leaders that a seawall was in imminent danger of collapsing.
In a six month span, Belvedere City Manager Craig Middleton says the 100-year-old seawall protecting a levee at Beach and Peninsula roads has shifted almost 2 inches.
And with a string of storms or a strong earthquake, he says the concern is that the seawall will fail.
The danger zone spans about 100-to-120 feet.
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