Al Seib / Los Angeles Times
January 28, 2010
Construction was to include an overhaul of the public pathways and the installation of stairs and handrails to give visitors a way over the 8-foot-high rock seawall. But it took months after the wall was finished before contractors finally installed concrete steps and metal handrails -- a pathway inspectors deemed them deficient and unsafe, forcing the gates to remain locked.
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