PACIFICA, Calif. (KGO) --Residents of a Pacifica apartment building sitting on the edge of a cliff are appealing to the city to let them back into their homes.
Pacifica yellow-tagged 310 esplanade in January and ordered 20 people to move out because of erosion.
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Two other cliffside apartment buildings were knocked down based on recommendations from a consulting geo-technical engineer.
The city manager plans to ask the city council to uphold the yellow-tag decision for the safety of the public.
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"I feel safe here. Other tenants believe that this is safe and there's been no change on this bluff since the 25 of January," said Bart Willoughby, a tenant.
Willoughby plans to appeal the city's eviction notice Wednesday citing there was no imminent emergency or danger of the bluff collapsing on a large scale.
Bart Willoughby: ?We should still be here. There is no imminent danger.? pic.twitter.com/EkBBVhkQ2O— Wayne Freedman (@WayneFreedman) March 22, 2016
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