Marin County Supervisor and chairman of the California Coastal Commission, Steve Kinsey, is poised to recuse himself from an upcoming vote on a contentious project that proposes to erect houses, hotels and retail stores—alongside nature preserves and open space—on 401 acres in Newport Beach, representing Southern California’s largest remaining undeveloped parcel of land. 

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