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Original post made by Walter_E_Wallis on Apr 29, 2007

Governor Arnold Swartzeneger April 29, 2007


Caltrans needs to ask the Union Pacific for advice on putting trestles back into service. The record they made in Sacramento replacing the Elvas trestle is one to shoot for. I have no doubt of the ability of Caltrans, I just question the ability of non-engineers to stay out of the picture. Bring in California National Guard engineers and the Union Pacific crews and distract everyone else to the plight of the endangered desert pelican until the job is done.

Walter E. Wallis, P.E.
Palo Alto

Comments (1)

Posted by anon., a resident of Greater Miranda
on Apr 29, 2007 at 10:36 pm

good idea walter
and i think i just saw
one of those pelicans
you mentioned
flying north
toward Bolinas


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