Coastal Commission fires executive director over objection of hundreds of supporters
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Doris Jenkins (left), whose home has the sinkhole, talks with neighbor Karen Leschinsky, who lives directly behind her. A large sinkhole opened up at 1502 Second Street in Bethlehem Township causing the family to be evacuated. The hole that was estimated to be 30-feet wide and 12-feet deep by noon had swallowed a chunk of the driveway and caused structural damage to the house.MICHAEL KUBEL / THE MORNING CALL