Marin County supervisors are working to convince filmmaker George Lucas to revive his plans to build a large-scale digital film studio. Lucas pulled his plan to do so earlier this week, saying neighborhood opposition in Lucas Valley was too fierce. We discuss the controversy over the proposed development, which supporters say would bring hundreds of jobs and tens of millions of dollars in tax revenue.
Lucasfilm Project in Marin Fading to Black?
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Steve Kinsey, president of the Marin County Board of Supervisors
Liz Dale, president of the Lucas Valley Estates Homeowners Association, which opposes the Lucasfilm development
Nels Johnson, reporter for the Marin Independent Journal