It looks like a sidewalk will finally be coming to San Ysidro High School.
After 11 years, the city of San Diego has pulled together full funding to fix a dangerous half-mile stretch near the school where no sidewalk exists, forcing students to negotiate a skinny dirt path next to a steep canyon. The other side of the road has a thin curb next to a hillside. Wild dogs are known to roam an alternate route.
“It’s not hopeful, wishful money,” said Bill Harris, a transportation spokesman. “It’s money we know will be there.”