Samoa 2.0 

With a green light from the Coastal Commission, developers looks to renovate the peninsula town

The small company town of Samoa has a eclectic array of people in its hundred-year-old homes. Pensioners, surfers and college students are drawn to Samoa for its quaint appeal. The town is accessible only through a private road, is serviced by its…

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