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Final Battle in 15 Year Long Arana Gulch Saga?
SC Environment News
A long simmering battle over a proposed bicycle path through the Arana Gulch Greenbelt in Santa Cruz is being brought to a head at a hearing of the California Coastal Commission in San Francisco on December 8th. On one side are local cycling advocacy groups, including People Power, the Santa Cruz Cycling Club, and Mountain Bikers of Santa Cruz. On the other side are open space advocates, including Friends of Arana Gulch, and local environmental groups, including the Sierra Club and the California Native Plant Society.

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