The project consists of the construction of two drainage facilities (Lateral C-1 and Lateral C-1A) and several ancillary laterals and inlets. Lateral C-1 will connect existing upstream city-owned facilities to the existing downstream Lateral C Channel that is owned and operated by the District under a Cooperative Agreement that is being finalized between the City and the District. Facilities to be constructed consist of:
- Approximately 1,310 feet of 84-inch diameter and 498 feet of 90-inch diameter reinforced concrete pipe (RCP) storm drain within Charles Street trending northwest to a junction with the 84-inch diameter storm drain in Refa Street then within Refa Street to a culvert crossing in Palomar Street.
- Approximately 544 feet of 72-inch diameter RCP storm drain within Billie Ann Road trending southeast within an easement in APN: 380-050-002 and 380-050-003 to a junction with the 84-inch diameter storm drain in Refa Street.
- A 7-foot by 7-foot box culvert crossing Palomar Street to the existing Lateral C Channel.
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