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HALF MOON BAY, Calif. — The Half Moon Bay City Council has 4,6,80 reasons to oppose a project that hasn’t even been presented yet, and if developers do make a formal proposal to build a hotel and RV park near Dunes Beach it appears they might have an uphill battle.
About 175 people packed into the Ted Adcock Community Center on Jan. 15 for the first City Council meeting of the year. Some turned out on an inclement night to talk about a tenant protection measure, but most wore either blue or green to show their distaste the proposed development at Dunes Beach.
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