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A STATELY STANDOFF: Many farmers in the area, especially bigger operators like Santa Maria’s Victor Tognazzini (pictured), are up in arms as the Central Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board — after years’ worth of bad news about presumably ag-related pollution — is considering a revamped rule that would require farmers to monitor the water quality of their runoff and wells.

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