Hollister Ranch Settlement Agreement
The California Coastal Commission and the Coastal Conservancy have reached a proposed class action settlement with property owners at Hollister Ranch in Santa Barbara County. This settlement, which requires approval by the Santa Barbara County Superior Court, will allow the public to access by water to a stretch of beach and expand programs to bring students and non-profit groups, including those serving underprivileged groups, to the property.
More info on the California Coastal Commission website: https://www.coastal.ca.gov/hollister-ranch/
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