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Arnoldo Tejada peered toward Nantucket’s Siasconset Beach on Friday, standing near where erosion of a cliff has endangered an estimated 100 homes along Baxter Road.
Arnoldo Tejada peered toward Nantucket’s Siasconset Beach on Friday, standing near where erosion of a cliff has endangered an estimated 100 homes along Baxter Road. (Globe Staff Photo / Jonathan Wiggs) Globe Staff Photo / Jonathan Wiggs

Nantucketers fight the tide

$15m private project aims to stem coastline erosion that threatens homes

By Sarah Schweitzer
Globe Staff / March 14, 2005

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NANTUCKET -- The sprawling manse named the Bluff House for its perch high atop Siasconset Beach is magnificent, with unobstructed views of the Atlantic, neat cedar shingles, and spotless white trim. (Full article: 967 words)

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