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June 16, 2010
Work Begins on Undergrounding Powerline
Doyon Project Services began mobilizing personnel, equipment and supplies on site on June 7th. They are currently setting up their staging area and working on the access road the site where boring under the Coquille River will occur. Tidewater Contractors will begin road improvement work on July 2nd and the Knife River Corporation will be on location to begin the restoration construction on July 7th.
Posted by the Oregon Coast National Wildlife Refuge Complex Staff at 3:47 PM in Category: Ni-les'tun Tidal Marsh Restoration Project
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