A new version of the county’s Local Coastal Program will get a hearing next with the Board of Supervisors, in an attempt to remedy changes made last year by the California Coastal Commission—particularly changes around agriculture—that the county finds unacceptable. In general, the county has concerns that some changes, like permit requirements and rules for agricultural . . .

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