Jeff Pack Staff Writer It’s a good problem to have at the Santa Margarita River Preserve if they are being honest. But it is no doubt a problem.  The Santa Margarita River Trail Preserve, which is owned and managed by The Wildlands Conservancy and the Santa Margarita Preserve, owned and operated by the County of San Diego Parks and Recreation Department, has been experiencing large crowds flocking to the area since the preserve reopened on May 9.  That’s the good part — they want people to enjoy the natural resources that the river valley provides.  However, on any given day, you will find cars parked illegally on streets along De Luz Road and Sandia Creek Drive, with visitors trying to head into the preserve by sticking to the side of the road as to not get struck by
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