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JUNE 23, 2016, BY FOX 5 DIGITAL TEAM
SAN DIEGO -- Concerned hikers, bikers and equestrians met with state park officials Wednesday to argue against new rules that could restrict their access to San Diego's two largest parks.
An overflow crowd packed the hearing room at the San Diego County Operations Center in Kearny Mesa for a public meeting with Alexandra Stehl, the Roads and Trails Manager for the California Department of Parks and Recreation. Many feared that popular parts of the Anza Borrego Desert State Park and Cuyamaca Rancho State Park would be place off limits by a proposed regulation change. The rule, as proposed by park officials in Sacramento, would prohibit off-trail access in cultural and natural preserves within state parks...
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