So the opposition by the faculty at Stanford University to the Ronald Reagan Library and Conference Center has forced the project back to Southern California. It really makes more sense.
Northern California was never Reagan's turf. Now the President's papers, memorabilia and whatever, can be returned to Reagan's real roots--Hollywood. There must be an old sound stage that could easily be converted into a library under the guise of an urban renewal project--but funded through private enterprise, of course.