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Ag and open space is the top priority 

Nipomo

It is not often when I agree with Andy Caldwell but his commentary (“Will our SLO lifestyle suffer a SLO death,” Feb. 18) hits the nail on the head. It deals with the state requirement for every community to accommodate its share of growth: “this despite the fact that not every community has adequate water, sewage, and transportation infrastructure to accommodate such growth”. Agriculture and open space must be our top priorities—not “slurbanization.”

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