Thursday is the deadline for the owners of two Pacifica buildings teetering on a crumbling cliff to submit repair plans for the apartments or give in to Mother Nature and demolish the buildings.
Earlier this year, people living in the buildings on Esplanade Avenue were forced out because of the instability along the coastline. Just a few days ago, another chunk of concrete fell from the row of apartments.
The owner of one of the buildings has filed for a 30-day extension. The Pacifica city manager and city attorney will consider the extension at a meeting with city building official Doug Rider on Thursday.
Repairs were put on hold in mid-February because the building owners ran out of money.