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June 23, 2023



More Eucs biting the dust:

El Camino Real Closures on Monday
June 26, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Hillside Drive to Mills Avenue and Edgehill Drive to Palm Drive

Caltrans has just announced that El Camino Real from Hillside Drive to Mills Avenue and Edgehill Drive to Palm Drive will have separate full closures on Monday, June 26, to facilitate safe tree removal from recent weather events. The closures are necessary due to the size of trees and equipment needed to safely complete the work.

Closure Hours:
Hillside Drive to Mills Avenue 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Edgehill Drive to Palm Drive 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM

The public is advised to avoid the area and use alternate routes. Detours will be in place utilizing local streets. Crews will assist residents with access as needed. Please note that all work is weather dependent.

For real-time traffic information, click here: http://quickmap.dot.ca.gov/

For questions call Alejandro Lopez at Caltrans at (510) 385-6856.

hollyroller@ gmail.com

This is great Topic.
Golden Gate Park, Hetch Hetchi, Chrystal Springs Reservoir, as well as many others. All were "Connected" to Mr. Mcclaran. Pretty interesting Bio. He was also an intern with the person who developed Central Park, NY.

Jennifer Pfaff

Frederick Law Olmsted, maybe...Good point.


https://trees.stanford.edu/ENCYC/EUCnotes.htm for some interesting reading about eucs to the south of us

hollyroller@ gmail.com

Thank you for the informative article R.

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