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The County of Orange has some significant changes planned for Live Oak and Trabuco Canyon Roads.  Come to the “Public Open House” to learn the details and share your concerns.
What:    Public Open House (really?)
When:   Tuesday, 11/17 from 7:00pm – 8:30pm
Where:  O’Neill Regional Park – Conference Room
30892 Trabuco Canyon Road, Trabuco Canyon
  • 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
  • Timeline: 
    • 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.”

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