Wildomar Councils identifies street rehabilitation and slurry seal projects

Many streets in Wildomar to be either rehabilitated or slurry sealed in the coming months were identified in a report by the Public Works Engineering Department at the Wildomar City Council meeting Wednesday, July 12.In addition, the fourth quarter budget review presented by Administrative Analyst Adam Jantz showed overall increases in revenue for the city of Wildomar were also heard at the city council meeting, in the absence of Councilmember Bridgette Moore who was out ill.Showing the upcoming roadway rehabilitation projects was city public works engineer Jason Farag. He said the total cost of the upcoming rehabilitation projects will be approximately $3.8 million. The streets that are scheduled to be more in need of rehabilitation are Cherry Street, all of Walnut Street, Gafford
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