In light of attacks last week on the draft Santa Ynez Valley Community Plan, the Board of Supervisors this week decided to create an ad hoc subcommittee to iron out disagreements before voting on whether to adopt the plan. Supervisors Brooks Firestone and Joni Gray, representing the 3rd and 4th districts respectively, will conduct meetings during the next six weeks, at times and places yet to be specified. The most vehement opposition to the plan came from landowners objecting to potential public access trails across their properties.

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