SAUSALITO, Calif. (KGO) -- Crews were busy shoring up the road above a landslide that destroyed two homes in Sausalito earlier this month, as residents prepared for a City Council meeting and answers about what comes next.
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Rain trickled off the uphill side of the road as workers using heavy equipment placed concrete barriers on the edge of Sausalito Boulevard. Below the area, experts from the National Park Service have been surveying the slide area, which gave way during a storm on Feb. 14.
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Tuesday's meeting is scheduled to be held at 7 p.m. at the City Hall Council Chambers located at 420 Litho Street in Sausalito.
City agencies are expected to present a report on the slide, including preliminary repair costs.
See more videos and images from the Sausalito mudslide.
Work crews shore up site around Sausalito mudslide
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