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- 7/31/14 – Saddleback Canyons Conservancy receives map of project concept
- 9/2/14 – OC Public Works announces using Federal Highway Safety Improvement Plan funds to improve canyon roadways
- 11/15 – design completed
- 1/16 – bids open
- 11/16 – construction begins
- 3/17 – project completed
- 9/29/14 – Saddleback Canyons Conservancy meets with OC Public Works to address plans to:
- Widen shoulders (4-foot radius) to ease turns
- Add guardrails
- Add signs
- 10/3/14 – Email from OC Public Works on the project, “If you have any questions, please email or call me or my supervisor, Edward Frondoso at 714-245-4587“
- 10/28/14 – Trabuco Canyon Womens’ Club express their concern via email
- 10/29/14 – Email from OC Public Works that an internal meeting will be held to review the Saddleback Canyon Conservancy’s concerns.
- 1/8/15 – Last email from OC Public Works, “All of the traffic safety features discussed during our meeting in September are still recommended.”