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June 19, 2013 9:35 AM

332-acre Chevron Tank Farm property could be annexed into SLO

The Chevron Tank Farm property along Tank Farm Road — the scene of a massive explosion and oil fire in 1926 — could become the newest part of San Luis Obispo if plans to turn the site into open space and some commercial development are approved.

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