San Francisco Forcing Retrofits For ‘Soft Story' Buildings
As many as 58,000 people in San Francisco live in homes considered unsafe during an earthquake. A plan forcing owners of "soft story" buildings to retrofit comes with a high price tag. Don Ford reports.
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