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Imperial Beach residents will soon be enjoying a mile of newly paved alleys as city officials broke ground on one of the alleys this week

Sep 20, 2015 06:35PM ● By Paul Spear
Imperial Beach residents will soon be enjoying a mile of newly paved alleys as city officials broke ground on one of the alleys this week
Thursday, September 10, 2015 at 10:50 AM
Alley Groundbreaking

Imperial Beach Mayor Serge Dedina and fellow Councilmembers Lorie Bragg and Brian Bilbray were on hand Tuesday, September 8 to break ground on the commencement of the paving of 14 alleys in the City of Imperial Beach. The alleys are highlighted on the attached map. The 14 alleys total just under one mile of dirt alleys to be paved. Construction cost for the 14 alley paving project is $1,275,000. Construction is being paid from the remaining money in the bond of the old Redevelopment District (RDA) program. This is money previously set aside and will result in no new taxes or assessment to property owners.

Paving includes repairs to damaged sewer mains in 7 of the 14 alleys and each alley paving includes a storm water infiltration element of permeable concrete to reduce pollutants discharged to the Tijuana Estuary. NV5 are the design engineers and PAL General Engineering, Inc. is performing the project construction.

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