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FW: Storm drain

From: Obeso, Angela R <"Obeso,>
Date: Tue, 22 Aug 2017 19:16:25 +0000

Hi Paul,

Thank you for you letting us know about your concerns. The City has staff following the Willow-101 interchange project closely and we reviewed the plans during design to make sure that the Caltrans team knew about the special drainage concerns in this area. According to the latest information that we have, the sound walls are being rebuilt with a similar break in them to allow the drainage pattern that existed before. Those drainage inlets are all being relocated so they don’t conflict with the new sound wall locations. Additional inlets are also being installed on both sides of the sound walls. The new inlets should be installed in the next few months. We are confirming this with the Caltrans team and will get back to you.

Since there are so many different types of work being done as part of this project and different crews performing them, the field teams may not have the most complete information, so please feel free to contact us with any future questions or comments. You can contact me directly, the City’s staff liaison, at arobeso_at_(domainremoved)

City’s Construction News Updates: http://www.menlopark.org/223/Construction-News-Updates
City’s project webpage: http://www.menlopark.org/1127/Willow-RoadUS-101-Interchange
Caltrans’ project webpage: http://www.dot.ca.gov/d4/101willowinterchange/
Caltrans’ real time traffic info: http://quickmap.dot.ca.gov/

Thank you again and please let me know if you have any other questions or concerns,

Angela R. Obeso, PE, Senior Transportation Engineer
City of Menlo Park – Transportation Division
701 Laurel St. | Menlo Park, CA 94025
Direct 650-330-6739 | General 650-330-6740 | Fax 650-327-5497
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From: PAUL HEINEMANN [mailto:starpaul_at_(domainremoved)
Sent: Tuesday, August 22, 2017 10:51 AM
To: _CCIN <councilmail_at_(domainremoved)rg<mailto:councilmail_at_(domainremoved)
Subject: Storm drain

Paul Heinemann here on Laurel ave. What's going on with the three big storm drains at the end of Laurel ave.? With the sound wall down and about to be moved I was told by the construction boss that the drains would not be touched. But days after being told that, I watched all three being dug up along with a cement catch basin. It's now all covered with dirt. I remember when the wall was built and then cut open again to provide an opening for the third drain. So my question is what's going on with the drains and is Menlo Park keeping an eye on this!? The Menlo engineering dept. was nonresponsive. Without those drains we will have a problem when the big rains come.

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Received on Tue Aug 22 2017 - 12:18:37 PDT

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