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  • A look at Avila Ranch in San Luis Obispo

    The proposed Avila Ranch development in southern San Luis Obispo calls for up to 720 homes of various types and sizes on 150 acres. The city's Planning Commission will hold a preliminary review March 9, 2016, to discuss the plan's circulation and infrastructure.

The proposed Avila Ranch development in southern San Luis Obispo calls for up to 720 homes of various types and sizes on 150 acres. The city's Planning Commission will hold a preliminary review March 9, 2016, to discuss the plan's circulation and infrastructure. Cynthia Lambert clambert@thetribunenews.com
The proposed Avila Ranch development in southern San Luis Obispo calls for up to 720 homes of various types and sizes on 150 acres. The city's Planning Commission will hold a preliminary review March 9, 2016, to discuss the plan's circulation and infrastructure. Cynthia Lambert clambert@thetribunenews.com

SLO planners continue review of 720-home Avila Ranch development

February 29, 2016 09:03 PM