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A judge tells Caltrans to redo its Richardson Grove maps, and yet everybody’s smiling

Plaintiffs called it "a resounding victory." Defendants called it "a big win." Earlier this month, U.S. District Court Judge William Alsup ordered Caltrans to revise its environmental assessment for a project that would widen Highway 101 through Richardson Grove State Park,…

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