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California Coastal Commission denies appeal of oversized vehicle ordinance in Santa Cruz

CRESCENT CITY, Calif. (KION-TV)- The California Coastal Commission denied an appeal for the city of Santa Cruz's oversized vehicle ordinance.

On Thursday, the California Coastal Commission extended the permit to two years instead of five years.

Commissioners said that it will be up to the City of Santa Cruz to enforce the ordinance.

City officials were asking a five-year extension. The approved oversized vehicle ordinance plan would allow temporary permit machines to be installed throughout the city.

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The machines would distribute permits that last three days.

The Coastal Commission is also asking for a status update in Spring 2025 for the progress of the ordinance.

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