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June 18, 2010 3:27 PM

What's the future of Fossil Point? Five local leaders share their ideas

Supervisor Katcho Achadjian, the Sierra Club's Andrew Christie, Cal Poly's Dave Christy, Fred Collins with the northern Chumash Tribal Council, and Pete Kelley with the Avila Community Service District talk about how they envision the blufftop property.

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