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  • Calif. coastal commission nixes toll road near famous surf break

    By Gillian Flaccus
    Del Mar, California (AP)

    The fight continues over a proposed toll road that would cut through a popular beachfront state park that’s home to a world-renowned surf break.

    Toll road officials say they will the vote by the California Coastal Commission to reject the project, which had raised the ire of surfers and environmentalists. They argued it would wipe out about endangered species, destroy an ancient Indian burial ground and block sediment that creates world-class waves at San Onofre State Beach.

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