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Despite tree-sits and nudes, the Willits bypass work churns on

It was closing on 5 p.m. last Friday, March 22. End of the day at the end of a traditional work week. But Amanda Senseman was talking to a reporter on one of her three cell phones while another rang incessantly…

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