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City Wants Input on Ellwood Mesa Changes

Goleta city leaders want your input on how to restore habitats for wildlife and spruce up hiking trails that have been damaged by erosion.KEY News talked to some Goleta residents who use the area frequently. Some locals say paved pathways and garbage cans would help improve the area. Others say the city should consider blocking off some of the area to foot traffic because it causes soil erosion near eucalyptus trees, which could hurt the Coronado Butterfly population.The city is holding a public workshop where you can learn more about possible changes and give your opinion. The meeting is Thursday, September 6th at the Ellwood School Auditorium.

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