Terry Rodgers

Staff Writer at the San Diego Union-Tribune

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Staff Writer at the San Diego Union-Tribune

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In February, the state  Coastal Commission  denied permission for extending Route 241 from Orange County into San Diego County, through a nature reserve and across  San Onofre State…

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In February, the state Coastal Commission denied permission for extending Route 241 from Orange County into San Diego County, through a nature reserve and across San Onofre State…

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