As the illegally built Bordertown skatepark in northern California sits on death row, local skateboarders have been lobbying for a stay of execution. And late last week, a representative from the park met with officials from the state agency that owns the property.
Primarily citing liability issues, officials with Caltrans, the state's transportation authority, announced in August that Bordertown would be demolished sometime in September. Since then, one skater in particular ...
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