Counting down to San Joaquin kickoff

Fine, Howard
November 1996
Orange County Business Journal;11/11/96, Vol. 19 Issue 46, p1
Reports that during the week November 18 through 24, 1996, the San Joaquin Hills, California, toll road will be opened. Problems faced by the toll road; Advantages of the road; Comment from Kit Royer, general manager for the regional office of Brookfield Development Company; Details on the road.


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