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October 5th, 2009 – The $24 million Temecula water park project is full steam ahead, with the $6.7 million city-owned land purchased and over 700 local contractors competing for subcontracting positions on the project. The park, which is to be located on the corner of Dendy Parkway and Diaz road, has been 10 years in the making. Temecula contractors are fiercely pursuing the steady income that the enormous construction endeavor will produce.
The park plans call for more than 750 trees, two restaurants, lockers, and snack bars. Murrieta contractors as well as Fallbrook contractors are also vying for the subcontracting positions. Clearwater Waterpark Development expects to begin grading the site this week, with hopes of being ready for the coming summer.
October 30, 2009 – The Fallbrook Utility District is currently reviewing the environmental impact of a $150 million water reclamation project. If all stays on track, the plant’s construction could begin in late 2010. The proposed plan is to gather water from Santa Margarita River during the heavy flow season, then filter and store this water for use during the drier seasons. Temecula contractors are watching the progress of this large public works project closely.
The water harvesting project is to be overseen jointly by the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, and Fallbrook Public Utility District, with close to $60 million of the $150 million being in the form of a low interest federal government loan. A key feature of the construction will involve the building of water filtration facilities at Camp Pendleton. Many local contractors are expecting to benefit from this project, including Fallbrook general contractors and Oceanside general contractors.
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