Posted: Mar 5, 2013 10:59 PM by Katherine Worsham, KSBY News
Updated: Mar 6, 2013 6:27 AM
The Central Coast is getting more than $645,000 from the California Transportation Commission. The money will be used for two local projects.
$375,000 will be used to plant approximately 4,000 acorns, an irrigation system and a 7-year plant establishment in Nipomo. The project will add more than 3,000 oak trees to the area that may have suffered adverse effects during the construction of the Willow Road intersection with Highway 101.
In Northern San Luis Obispo County, $271,000 will be used to construct rumble strips along nearly six miles of Highway 41/46 near Cholame, to try to reduce head-on collisions.
A total of $333 million is going to 91 projects around the state.
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