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January 15, 2016 2:43 PM

Public outcry and pressing questions follow Yosemite name changes

Yosemite officials estimate changing names could cost more than $1 million

Names will change March 1, when new concession company takes over

If the legal dispute is resolved, the Ahwahnee and other names will remain

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