Critics say Hatton Canyon Freeway studies may have been based partly on flawed statistics.
Thursday, March 24, 1994
Concern over the Association of Monterey Bay Area Governments' overestimated population forecasts, has raised the hackles of local residents and sent watchdog groups nipping at AMBAG's heels--particularly over the prospect that faulty population figures may have encouraged the state to spent $3 million studying the Hatton Canyon Freeway.
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