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Installation and operation of 6,400 lf of potable water pipelines and appurtenance structures and abandonment of existing pipeline and removal of 800 lf of existing pipeline within two locations. Lyon Pipeline extends from the Big Steel, Lyon, and Little Lyon Reservoirs along SR 236. Pine Street, and Lomond Street, ending at the Central Ave/Lomond St intersection. Sequoia Ave Pipeline extends along Sequoia Ave from its intersection with Hoot Owl Way. Lyon Pipeline would be constructed from April 2020 through July 2020. Sequoia Ave Pipeline would be constructed in July 2021. Lyon Pipeline construction would entail conventional, open trench construction. Sequoia Ave construction would entail aboveground pipeline installation on supports. Construction would occur within existing utility easements and roadway ROW.
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