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A sign declaring "no entry" stands in an open field north of Awani Drive, where the city is considering a public access point to the Mokelune River.
Karen Von Flue, left, who once lived on the shore of the Mokelumne River, and Donald Beighey, who currently lives on the river, both think a public access point to the river should be opened at Awani Drive.
A teenager swigs from a train trestle before jumping into the Mokelumne River. The city of Lodi is considering a public access point to the river where many people currently trespass to swim.
The city of Lodi is debating whether to open the area north of Awani Drive as a public access point to the Mokelumne River. Currently, homeless people stay in the area and many other people use the private access point as a route to swim in the river.
Donald Beighey, a homeless man who lives in the area north of Awani Drive on the Mokelumne River, thinks the area should be open to the public.
Lodi officials are considering making a canoe and kayak launch out of 3 acres of unused city property located at the north end of Awani Drive.
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