The proposed project would construct an inlet structure at the northwest corner of the intersection of Oliver St and Alessandro Blvd, a drainage pipe crossing at Alessandro Blvd, and an interim earthen trapezoidal channel (between 24 and 30 ft wide and approx 1,750 ft long-with an adjacent graded access drive) just east of the Discovery Church. The channel would run south from Alessandro Blvd, to just north of Brodiaea Ave, along the western border of a vacant property located to the east of the Discovery Church. The proposed interim channel is anticipated to generally align with the future Master-Planned underground storm drain pipe and is designed to minimize environmental effects. The purpose of the proposed channel is to reduce flooding due to sedimentation and debris build-up.
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