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Postscripts that could renew your faith in public officials: Crude oil trains, Camarillo rock slides and homeless college students

Who says the news is all bad? Last week, after months of hearings and public protest, the San Luis Obispo County Planning Commission voted to deny oil giant Phillips 66 a permit to build a rail terminal at its Santa Maria Refinery. The project would have allowed Phillips to bring three milelong...
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