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    Homeowners of the Los Verdes Park complex at the corner of Higuera and Los Osos Valley Road, as well as a group called Preserve the SLO Life - Buckley Road, filed a lawsuit on Oct. 19 against the Avila Ranch housing project. Here's why.

Homeowners of the Los Verdes Park complex at the corner of Higuera and Los Osos Valley Road, as well as a group called Preserve the SLO Life - Buckley Road, filed a lawsuit on Oct. 19 against the Avila Ranch housing project. Here's why. Laura Dickinson The Tribune
Homeowners of the Los Verdes Park complex at the corner of Higuera and Los Osos Valley Road, as well as a group called Preserve the SLO Life - Buckley Road, filed a lawsuit on Oct. 19 against the Avila Ranch housing project. Here's why. Laura Dickinson The Tribune

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