Fire damages Pacifica Center

A fire at the Pacifica Resource Center on Palmetto Avenue on the night of Sept. 22 damaged the office space used by one of the city’s most important nonprofits, but it did not stop work there. The center, which provides help with food, housing and other essentials for many in Pacifica, continues to operate, largely remotely for now. Adam Pardee / Tribune

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