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County considering repealing off-road ordinance

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January 02, 2010 11:59AM
County thinking of repealing off-roading ordinance
Joe Nelson, Staff Writer
Posted: 01/01/2010 06:35:53 PM PST

Jack Fuller remembers a time, not so long ago, when off-roaders zoomed past his Joshua Tree home on motorcycles and quads on an almost-daily basis, rattling his nerves and disrupting his quality of life.

"This was their Disneyland ride. About every day, you'd have these guys going up and down the roads adjacent to my house," said Fuller, 73, who has lived in Joshua Tree for more than 10 years. "You could put up fences, signs or anything else, but if they wanted to go into an area bad enough, down would come everything."

When the county adopted an ordinance in August 2006 prohibiting 10 or more people from congregating on private property for off-roading without a permit, Fuller said the problem essentially went away. .....

http://www.sbsun.com/news/ci_14108092
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