Its such a pleasure to drive past the Dalidio property in San Luis Obispo and see it in use as productive farmland. What a disappointment it will be to see it transformed into a cumbersome complex of duplicative stores, office boxes and houses that all look alike. One can only hope that all those roofs will be covered with solar panels and all those properties will be sans grass.
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