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    A SLO County judge ruled in favor of Greg and Jeanne Frye, who built a home over a beach access trail in Morro Bay, ending an 18-month legal battle.

A SLO County judge ruled in favor of Greg and Jeanne Frye, who built a home over a beach access trail in Morro Bay, ending an 18-month legal battle. Joe Johnston The Tribune
A SLO County judge ruled in favor of Greg and Jeanne Frye, who built a home over a beach access trail in Morro Bay, ending an 18-month legal battle. Joe Johnston The Tribune

Family sued for building Morro Bay home over coastal access trail triumphs in court

September 15, 2017 05:23 PM

UPDATED September 18, 2017 12:06 PM