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Supes approve plan with Pala for Hwy 76 work


Last updated 8/28/2007 at Noon

The San Diego County Board of Supervisors approved an intergovernmental agreement with the Pala Band of Mission Indians which will provide at least $38 million of improvements for State Route 76.

The 5-0 Board of Supervisors vote August 1 approves an agreement in which the tribe will pay $20 million to widen Highway 76 between the Rosemary’s Mountain quarry and the Pala Casino, $13 million for the widening and realignment of Highway 76 between Interstate 15 and Rosemary’s Mountain, and $5 million for improvements to the state highway along the casino frontage. The Pala Band of Mission...

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