Golden Gate ferry damage could be offset by wetland work
Golden Gate Bridge officials have put forth a $1.2 million plan to restore wetlands in Corte Madera to mitigate for environmental damage caused by ferry operations. Because of dredging at the Larkspur Ferry Terminal and operations of high-speed ferries - which cause wakes that disturb coastlines - the bridge district is being required by regulators to create 4 acres of wetlands.
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