Re: Meanwhile, more San Clemente "Freight" Coverage
Author: FUD
Date: 02-04-2024 - 10:02

With several inches of rain expected in the next day or 2, I wouldn't be surprised at more mudslides. Deeper-seated landslides are also common in OC and northern SD county on steep slopes like in San Clemente, but those tend to appear later, after water soaks in and lubricates slip planes.

Longer-term, assuming the Del Mar tunnel and some "permanent" solution for San Clemente happen, who will maintain the cliff bases for the clifftop homeowners? The railroads will no longer have a dog in that hunt.



Subject Written By Date/Time (PST)
  Meanwhile, more San Clemente "Freight" Coverage BOB2 02-03-2024 - 23:28
  Re: Meanwhile, more San Clemente "Freight" Coverage FUD 02-04-2024 - 10:02
  Re: Meanwhile, more San Clemente "Freight" Coverage Richter Scale Measurer 02-04-2024 - 13:55
  The governor and legislature can fix this in 2024. Why won't they? Fix it now. Tunnel later. 02-04-2024 - 19:37
  Re: The governor and legislature can fix this in 2024. Why won't they? FUD 02-04-2024 - 19:55
  I do not think the $10 million in the current emergency declaration will fix the problem Fix it now. Tunnel later. 02-04-2024 - 19:57
  Re: Meanwhile, more San Clemente "Freight" Coverage Nervous Nellie 02-04-2024 - 20:54


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