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Toboton culvert work set to begin on Peissner Rd. in the Bald Hills

  • From Thurston County Public Works:

“The three aging culverts under the road at this location are in poor condition. They also separate Toboton Creek’s natural streambed, lowering water flow to the point where fish cannot access upstream habitat. As part of the Fish Passage Enhancement program, the culverts at this location will be replaced with an updated, single aluminum box culvert. Streambed enhancements will also be made to improve fish passage. After construction begins, the project is expected to last approximately three months. Drivers should expect single lane closures and delays on Peissner Road near the site during construction.

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Posted by Steve on June 26, 2019 at 12:05 am | Permalink

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