Jeff Jardine

May 31, 2014 6:41 PM

Jeff Jardine: The road to red ink

The Oakdale Bypass plan declared dead, the state in 2013 sold some of the properties it acquired over the years for that purpose and lost more than $1.35 million in the process.

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