Doyle Drive Informational Meeting

"Construction is anticipated to begin in fall 2009 at the western end of the project corridor. By the end of 2009, construction activity will be occurring adjacent to the entire existing roadway, including construction of a temporary detour on the eastern end of the project. Traffic is expected to be transferred onto the completed detour in early 2011 and onto the final roadway in early 2013.

Native Plant and Seed Collection: Native plants and seeds will be collected in summer 2009, prior to construction and grown in the Presidio Nursery to be used for post-construction landscaping and wetlands mitigation.

Initial Tree Removal: The area surrounding the construction site must be carefully cleared and graded to accommodate construction activities. Although there will be a visual impact during construction, an extensive landscaping effort is a critical part of the project design. Tree removal will begin as early as August 2009."

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