it’s been 100 years since the Rindge family fired on Sheriff’s deputies to protect their vast swath of the Santa Monica Mountains in Malibu. More recently, landowners, environmentalists and developers have been fighting it out with each other, the California Coastal Commission and Los Angeles County. Tomorrow, that could all be changed if the Board of Supervisors goes along with a plan almost as big as the mountains themselves. It’s taken decades of debates and compromises.
Coastal Mountain Land Use Agreement in the Works
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