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The San truction of such recorded in Janu It may be hard CalFire on the consa 2,681-acre working lowest level ever at 65 percent of its CAPITOLA — anade without st, is Espl at Demo Fore d in 1990 and managed Loch Lomond groundwater basins to imagine the exactly what is down version. of almosts,” Mayer-Lochtefeld with is st establishe and lar fore that ty lot city look popu a but to is coun , capa had n st had the cars fore “We just LD h most of on May 4 whe by CalFire. The and contains both certain point we By TODD GUI el — upon whic already being over going to happen nty Open Streets rs, said. “But at a long-term solution didn’t seem Soqu of Teeth mountain bike advanced trails. a Of Life Capitola/ relies — were drought. Santa Cruz Cou lar program into tesy of Roomful at the fact that before the ’s intermediate andbe a really great addition on Jan. 26. 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