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Where does Beason stand?

Swim in Brunswick’s Lake Olympia? Never again ” paved over. Admire the pine groves of Pine Creek? Gone ” paved over. On Dec. 11, Nate Beason stated, “Wild and scenic is the wrong argument.”

Without protection, what stops outside interests from buying the property rights to pave over the Yuba?

Our county faces a state-mandated General Plan update. Is it up for sale to the highest bidders? A courageous leader, Olivia Diaz, has taken specific stands balancing growth with protection ” in public forums, The Union, and on her Web site (www.oliviadiaz.org).

Nate Beason, where do you stand on these issues?

Gregg Olson

Nevada City

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