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Can the state demand access to a mile of pristine beach land in exchange for permission to fix up an old farmhouse? A San Luis Obispo County family, backed by one of the state’s top property-rights law firms, is suing the California Coastal Commission to find out. A family trust led by sisters Denise McLaughlan, Read More →
A family that owns property along the coast of northern San Luis Obispo County has sued the California Coastal Commission over its decision in August to require public access to a mile-long stretch of coastline. The family trust — led by sisters Denise McLaughlan, Sharyn Schrick, and Sandra Bowman — owns 400 acres near the Read More →