Informational field trip shows effect of Mount Baker project on Land Bank preserve

(Public Works Dept release) San Juan County Public Works Department will host an Informational field walk from 1 pm to 5 pm Thursday, May 3, 2012 on the Land Bank’s Stonebridge Preserve which will be affected by the Mount Baker Road and Trail Improvement projects.

The informational field walk will be held rain or shine on the first parcel West of Terrill Beach Road on the North side of Mt Baker Road. Please park off the road at OPALCO’s Generator Plant, traffic control will be provided.

Public Works engineers will explain the design of the road and new trail, the impact of the project on traffic and on areas adjoining the road, cost, the right-of-way acquisition, wetland mitigation and will be ready to answer questions.

Land Bank Commissioners will also be on hand to tour the Preserve and receive feedback.

Construction of the Mount Baker Road and Trail Improvement projects is scheduled for this summer.

We encourage you to attend – bring your walking shoes. You may also write to us at San Juan County Public Works, PO Box 729, Friday Harbor, WA 98250, or email us at pubwks@sjcpublicworks.org. For additional information, contact Dan Vekved, Project Manager or Rachel Dietzman, County Engineer, at 370-0500.
 

Illustrations on the county's website.

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