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    Aquila Loop Trail

    We stared construction of a new staging area on Sierra Road and a new trail, The Aquila Loop Trail on the north side of Sierra Road. This trail and staging area will allow the Boccardo Trail users to access OSA trail system with out having to enter thru Alum Rock Park. We expect to have it open mid August. DT
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    Cool.

    What's the holdup on Blair? The 5 year deadline for opening to the public has long since passed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diesel~ View Post
    Cool.

    What's the holdup on Blair? The 5 year deadline for opening to the public has long since passed.

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    I donít have an answer for that question. That would be something to ask our Operations Manager or AGM, maybe the Board?
    What I do know is we are a very small agency with limited resources and we are totally focused right now on getting public access to Coyote Valley (October) and more areas of Sierra Vista. DT

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    This is a good prospect! Thanks.
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    Moving along and looking good. I will try to have a better movie next week. Pretty slow going when building a switch back in a rock section. BTW water is from a stock pond. DT

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    Quote Originally Posted by plantguy View Post
    I donít have an answer for that question. That would be something to ask our Operations Manager or AGM, maybe the Board?
    What I do know is we are a very small agency with limited resources and we are totally focused right now on getting public access to Coyote Valley (October) and more areas of Sierra Vista. DT
    Thanks for the update, DT. I talked to one of the board members last week, though I've not had a good chance to catch up with Andrea. The last time I talked with her was a couple of weeks ago at a community meeting in WG, where she was speaking, but I didn't get a chance to bring up the topic.

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    Moving along and looking good. I will try to have a better movie next week. Pretty slow going when building a switch back in a rock section. BTW water is from a stock pond. DT
    Making good progress on the trail. Crappy year to be building, but if you wait for the weather, you'll never get anywhere. Keep it up.

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    This is going to be a good one. DT
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