Environment

April 5, 2013 9:48 AM

Wind-blown dust could be a problem at Dunes, Mesa this weekend

Starting Friday and lasting through the weekend, San Luis Obispo County air quality and health officials are warning the public about blowing dust in the Oceano Dunes and Nipomo Mesa areas.

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