STREAM RESTORATION & CULVERT REPLACEMENT PROJECT The Pacific Conservation District is advertising for the construction of a stream restoration and culvert replacement project to be completed this summer and possibly the following season of 2016. The engineers estimated cost of the project is $160,000. The Pacific Conservation District is the sponsor and the project name is the Fred Johnson Culvert Replacement Project, No. 12-1707. The project includes the removal of three existing culverts and replacement with two larger fish passage culverts (sponsor supplied), the construction of approximately 500 feet of new stream channel connecting to the Naselle River, and the abandonment of one culvert in place. The work includes dewatering, excavation, constructed fill, installation of two 11’ x 7.45’ culverts already on site, installation of LOD, and installation of stream restoration fish mix gravels into the newly constructed stream, and reconstruction of existing and new fencing. The work is located at 201 South Valley Road, Naselle Washington. A mandatory pre-bid meeting will be held at the above noted address in August. Please contact Butch Ogden at 360-749-3875 or Jeni Maakad at 360-875-6735 if you are interested. Please contact Jeni Maakad for contract documents. Published July 29 and Aug. 5, 2015 Legal No. 207-15

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