The California Coastal Commission approved the Point Reyes National Seashore’s water quality monitoring program last week, after five hours of public comments and a competing motion by commissioners that nearly killed the plan. 

The lack of accord among commissioners made it clear that activists’ warnings about manure-tainted creeks and decrepit ranch septic systems had made their mark on . . .

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