City approves agreement with water district for use of utility lines moved during interchange project

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The Temecula City Council approved a joint use agreement with Rancho California Water District, Feb. 25, for use of water lines that had to be relocated onto city-owned property as a result of the Temecula Parkway/Interstate 15 interchange project.The agreement was on the council’s consent calendar, meaning it was approved without discussion.In 2005, the city purchased land south of Temecula Parkway and west of I-15 in anticipation of the future construction of new freeway interchange ramps at that junction, a project that was ultimately completed in 2019. An Arco gas station that previously existed at the site had to be demolished to make way for new ramps.The property included several utility easements granted to Rancho California Water District for 18-inch, 30-inch and 42-
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