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Q1) As per the special provisions, cross sections are available for this project. Where can I get a set from?
A1) Cross Section are available at Coastal Reprographic Services, San Luis Obispo, 805-543-5247.
Q2) Are there Cross Sections for this project, and how do we get them ??
A2) Cross Section are available at Coastal Reprographic Services, San Luis Obispo, 805-543-5247.
Q3) All the charts seem correct except chart no. 4.....
It has the same time frame as chart no. 3, Labor day to Memorial day. Should chart no. 4 be Memorial day to Labor day ??? Like chart no.3
A3) Please see addendum # 1 dated June 24, 2008.
Q4) Will the new service from the utility company be overhead with the contractor installing a new pole as note 2 indicates or will the new service be pulled in underground via the contractor installed 3"MT conduit as also noted on E-2?
A4) The new service from the utility company will be overhead with the contractor installing a new wood pole.
Q5) The seed table on page 183 of the special provisions indicates that seed shall be produced in California only, but no corresponding asterisk is indicated for each of the seeds in the table. Are all seeds for this project to be "seed produced in CA only?"
A5) The seeds do not have to be California grown.