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Environment Quality Programs / California #230394

CBS Evening News for Monday, Sep 17, 1973
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(Studio) Nixon sends environmental quality report to Congress along with message stating land development and use most important to environmental quality control, 1 land use program underway in California.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(San Francisco, California) Much coastline land private property; voters decide to save remaining coastline. Coastal Zone Commission decides what is built near ocean. [Commission director Joseph BODOVITZ - believes everyone identifies with nostalgia of cleaner, quieter coastline.] Commission has great weight. Bodega Harbour development bucked commission, took ruling to higher court and development conts. in 1 area along coast. [Bodega Harbour development operator Wayne BROWN - insists project too big and important to be halted.] Commission again rules against Bodega development continuing Construction conts.; court fight predicted.
REPORTER: Richard Threlkeld

Cronkite, Walter;
Threlkeld, Richard

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