Following extensive public debate and back and forth between the county and the California Coastal Commission over the past five years, the Board of Supervisors has unanimously approved a group of amendments to the 1982 Local Coastal Program related to land use, accepting many of the commission’s significant modifications. Yet the approval of the amendments—which concern agriculture . . .

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