The cluster zone refers to an area in which houses stand so close to each other that they may all burn out in the event of a fire. To our regret, almost all areas south of the path of JR Tokaido Line are cluster zones. Particularly, the Matsunami and Hamatake districts have 10,000 houses and the district up to Minamiko has 9,000 houses. These houses are figuratively called “riders on the same boat sailing for a common destiny” in cluster zones. *Then how can people take refuge from fire? Elementary and middle schools are considered to be spots where people gather after the fire comes under control. It’s not a place of refuge from the heat. *Then, where should they go? On the ocean side, the golf course is the best place. We mean the Chigasaki Golf Club. This is a conversation with officials in charge of disaster prevention at the Chigasaki city office. Now the Chigasaki Golf Club is faced with a danger of closure. It is the largest safety evacuation area on the south side. Why do they construct buildings in the name of “a study group of town planning to enrich the culture of Chigasaki”? The city office is supposed to protect the life of citizens above all else. What are city officials thinking of? It seems we have many things that we have to know. If the Chigasaki Golf Club turns into buildings… It can happen that 88,090 people may lose a safe haven.