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Border Field State Park

The proposed border fence corridor between the United States and Mexico would have a disastrous impact on the California State Park adjacent to San Diego County public lands. It would include the destruction of sensitive prehistoric sites and historic treasures, such as the original 1850s Border Monument, fragile remnants of an adobe ranch house, fire control stations from World War II and significant historic trails believed to be those of the 1769 Portola expedition and the Spanish padres.

SOHO has filed suit in Federal Court to block the destruction of this important cultural historic landscape, threatened by the notorious triple border fence with its 150-foot wide freeway, which will be visible from all parts of the San Diego Bay area and forever scar the land. Pending Congressional action, the only hope for relief is through the courts.


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