County drainage project should stop flooding at high school, San Vicente Terrace

Sentinel photo/Karen Brainard

Sean Shoemake of Ramona operates an excavator, digging a trench for a new culvert at Ramona High School’s agriculture parking lot on San Vicente Road as part of the county’s San Vicente Road Drainage Improvement Project.

Southland Paving Inc. of Escondido is doing the work, which is aimed at alleviating flooding to the school and to residents across the street on San Vicente Terrace, said Carl Lester, Southland’s superintendent at the site.

A culvert 7 feet by 2 feet is being installed to run west to carry stormwater to a tributary of the Santa Maria Creek, said Lester, adding that they start work after school begins to avoid causing traffic congestion. The project should be finished next week.

Travis Ramsey with Southland Paving Inc. directs Ramonan Sean Shoemake as Shoemake operates an excavator to install pre-cast culverts, seen in the background, at Ramona High School’s agriculture parking lot for the county’s San Vicente Road Drainage Improvement Project. Sentinel photo/Karen Brainard

The nearly $450,000 county project is funded by Proposition 1 B and Flood Control. Working in the trench are Travis Ramsey and Jeremy Curtis, both of Escondido.

Related posts:

  1. County updates planning group on San Vicente Road project
  2. San Vicente Road drainage on Prop. 1B projects list
  3. County lien puts RMWD solar project in jeopardy
  4. Water board terminates San Vicente solar project
  5. Reasons for petition campaign against San Vicente Road project

Short URL:

Posted by Maureen Robertson on Mar 6 2013. Filed under Featured Story, News, Ramona. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can skip to the end and leave a response. Pinging is currently not allowed.

Leave a Reply