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County greenlights park plan

Posted: October 12, 2011 1:30 a.m.
Updated: October 12, 2011 1:30 a.m.
 



County supervisors gave developers the green light Tuesday to build a park on Copper Hill Drive at Haskell Canyon Road, for a cost $1 million cheaper than planned.

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors approved a recommendation to award the park construction contract to C.S. Legacy Construction, Inc., which submitted a bid more than $1 million under the amount initially budgeted for the Copper Hill Park improvement project.

C.S. Legacy Construction, a private company based in Chino since 2003, will be paid $793,555 for the job, according to the details of the approved recommendation.

In turn, the county’s Chief Executive Office will revise its budget of $1,805,066 initially set for the project, as a result of a lower-than-anticipated construction bid.

Plans for the project include the initial development of a new 4-acre park that will provide “passive recreational opportunities for residents in the unincorporated area of Santa Clarita,” according to details of the project submitted to the board by the county’s Chief Executive Officer William Fujioka.

The project requires grading on the site at Copper Hill Drive.

It also calls for a new 16-space parking lot, low impact development drainage improvements, a stairway, security lighting, walkways, landscaping, new roadway signs and a retaining wall along Copper Hill Drive.

The park is expected to be identified with a sign described by county officials as a “precast concrete monument” placed at its entrance.

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