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    Natalie Marinelli, 25, a Cal Poly graduate and former Apple employee in the Bay Area, moved back to San Luis Obispo County with her husband for the quality of life, only to discover they can't afford a home here. "No one is talking about having kids. No one is talking about buying home. It's not feasible," she says.

Natalie Marinelli, 25, a Cal Poly graduate and former Apple employee in the Bay Area, moved back to San Luis Obispo County with her husband for the quality of life, only to discover they can't afford a home here. "No one is talking about having kids. No one is talking about buying home. It's not feasible," she says. Joe Johnston jjohnston@thetribunenews.com
Natalie Marinelli, 25, a Cal Poly graduate and former Apple employee in the Bay Area, moved back to San Luis Obispo County with her husband for the quality of life, only to discover they can't afford a home here. "No one is talking about having kids. No one is talking about buying home. It's not feasible," she says. Joe Johnston jjohnston@thetribunenews.com

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