One Cambria road project done, one postponed, one coming up

Sidewalk installed on Main Street, Santa Rosa Creek work near town put off until next year

cambrian@thetribunenews.comJune 20, 2013 

A warning to drivers about possible delays was taken down after work on Santa Rosa Creek Road near its intersection with Main Street was postponed until next year.

CAMBRIAN PHOTO BY BERT ETLING — betling@thetribunenews.com

County Public Works has completed one Cambria project and postponed another to next year.

A 150-foot section of sidewalk was put in on Main Street in front of the Veterans Memorial Building at a cost of $25,000 by contractor Paul Williams this month.

Both of Cambria’s Rotary clubs — Cambria Sunrise Centennial Rotary Club and the Rotary Club of Cambria — are jointly working to landscape the strip between the new sidewalk and the Veterans Memorial Flag Stand by the parking lot. The $20,000 for that project are being raised through donations.

Work on the pavement on Santa Rosa Creek Road from Main Street to near Leffingwell and Coast Union high schools expected to begin this month has been postponed to next year.

A third project, replacement of the bridge over Santa Rosa Creek on Main Street, will go ahead after right-of-way arrangements are made with Cambria Community Services District. That approval is expected at the district director’s monthly meeting June 27.

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