Archive for Category: "Smuggler’s Gulch"
Originally published 15 January 2009 by April Reese, E&E Western reporter LINK TO ORIGINAL ARTICLE This article is part of an occasional series on the environmental impacts of the new border fence being constructed along the U.S.-Mexico border. IMPERIAL BEACH, Calif. — Newly filled with 1.3 million cubic yards of hard-packed dirt, Smuggler’s Gulch, long [...]
Article published by SFGate.com, San Jose Mercury News, Monterey Herald, Modesto Bee By ELLIOT SPAGAT, Associated Press Writer Wednesday, January 7, 2009 7 January 2009 18:50 PST San Diego, CA (AP) The Border Patrol will close a popular park on a bluff overlooking the Pacific Ocean to make way for a triple fence along the [...]
OPINION: Expanding the border fence in the San Diego sector–San Diego Union-Tribune Op-Ed, Aug 16, 2006
From the SAN DIEGO UNION TRIBUNE August 16, 2008 NO: It will destroy a relationship symbolized by Friendship Park By John Fanestil The Department of Homeland Security will erect a secondary fence across Friendship Park, eliminating public access to a historic place where for generations people from San Diego and Tijuana have gathered to visit [...]
> By Jill Holslin SAN DIEGO, 26 May 2008- The scrub landscape around the border fence at the southern edge of San Diego county is raw from neglect and overuse. Turning off Dairy Mart Road onto a bumpy dirt path, I realized Paul’s Volvo wagon was never meant for this. A gentle slope, then a [...]