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Groups trying to defeat Santa Monica’s anti-development initiative raise nearly $1M

Here's who’s financing the campaign to defeat the November ballot measure bdoran@rrcc.gov In the battle over development in Santa Monica, there’s a lot of money at play. Residents, land owners, the local chamber of commerce, and developers are pooling their money to defeat a November ballot initiative called Measure LV, which is aimed at curtailing the construction of new buildings taller than two stories.
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