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Venture capitalist Khosla in court over ending California beach access

13
May
2014

By Sarah McBride SAN MATEO, California (Reuters) – Vinod Khosla, co-founder of Sun Microsystems and now a prominent venture capitalist, on Monday testified about his cutting access to a popular beach in a court case that calls into question a California tradition of open access to the states famed coastline. Their dispute stems from Khoslas closure of an access road to a northern California property known as Martins Beach, which is about 30 miles west of San Jose. Khosla, known for his investments in clean technology, testified before Judge Barbara Mallach in San Mateo County Court on Monday that he could not recall whether he knew public access to the beach must be preserved at the time he bought it. \I had no particular plans for the property,\ Khosla said, responding to questions from Joe Cotchett, a lawyer for the Surfrider Foundation.

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