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California beaches are supposed to be public. So why is the Hollister Ranch coast an exception?

With officials now looking into every way possible to open up Hollister Ranch, many have asked: How exactly did 8.5 miles of California’s most pristine coastline remain so private, and with so little scrutiny, for four decades? The answer lies in a special section of the Coastal Act.
Source: Los Angeles Times

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