The San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously Tuesday to open the 17-acre Woodbridge Wilderness Area every weekend during summer months, for the first time since a devastating fire in 2008.
The county's parks department and budget staff will begin devising a way to keep the wilderness area open for 18 consecutive weekends. Supervisor Ken Vogel said the area must have constant supervision during operating hours while still adhering to the parameters of a tight park department budget.
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