In a surprising move, a compromise was reached Tuesday by Los Angeles County Supervisors who voted to allow pending applications to establish vineyards to proceed instead of continuing to ban them, the Los Angeles Daily News reports. County officials say the ban on new applications would just be extended for four months instead of 10.
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