California coastal commissioners tore into a water quality strategy presented by the Point Reyes National Seashore last week, moving unanimously to reject the document in a rebuke that aligned the state agency with the concerns of anti-ranching advocates. 

The commissioners had no analysis of the document from their staff before last Thursday’s meeting in Ventura County because of . . .

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