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  • Los Osos resident Rena Salamacha commutes to King City for work every day

    Los Osos resident Rena Salamacha talks about her daily commute to King City for work. Salamacha is among the 2 to 3 percent of SLO County residents classified as “extreme commuters.”

Los Osos resident Rena Salamacha talks about her daily commute to King City for work. Salamacha is among the 2 to 3 percent of SLO County residents classified as “extreme commuters.” Joe Johnston The Tribune
Los Osos resident Rena Salamacha talks about her daily commute to King City for work. Salamacha is among the 2 to 3 percent of SLO County residents classified as “extreme commuters.” Joe Johnston The Tribune

SLO County ‘super-commuters’ trade hours in the car for a life on the Central Coast

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