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Los Angeles County Borders San Bernardino County

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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 21, 1989
San Bernardino County has filed suit to force Los Angeles County officials to remove a fence and other barriers placed across Grand Avenue in Diamond Bar. Supervisor Pete Schabarum ordered the installation of a chain-link fence and barricades Feb. 24 at the boundary of the two counties, where an extension of the road is scheduled to open next month into Chino Hills, a rapidly growing community in San Bernardino County.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 21, 1989
San Bernardino County has filed suit to force Los Angeles County officials to remove a fence and other barriers placed across Grand Avenue in Diamond Bar. Supervisor Pete Schabarum ordered the installation of a chain-link fence and barricades Feb. 24 at the boundary of the two counties, where an extension of the road is scheduled to open next month into Chino Hills, a rapidly growing community in San Bernardino County.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 25, 1989 | JEFFREY MILLER, Times Staff Writer
It may not rival the Berlin Wall, but a six-foot-tall chain-link fence erected Friday in Diamond Bar is a sign of strained relations between Los Angeles and San Bernardino counties. Supervisor Pete Schabarum ordered the fence put up at the terminus of Grand Avenue to block San Bernardino County's plans to open an extension of the road to serve its rapidly growing community of Chino Hills.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 25, 1989 | JEFFREY MILLER, Times Staff Writer
It may not rival the Berlin Wall, but a six-foot-tall chain-link fence erected Friday in Diamond Bar is a sign of strained relations between Los Angeles and San Bernardino counties. Supervisor Pete Schabarum ordered the fence put up at the terminus of Grand Avenue to block San Bernardino County's plans to open an extension of the road to serve its rapidly growing community of Chino Hills.
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