With ongoing construction, the intersection at North Tegner Road and Taylor Road will no longer be accessible to vehicles.
MHK Construction won the contract for the North Tenger and Taylor Road Intersection Improvements. The contract will see them put in the a cul de sac on North Tegner Road that will stop it from going through the bridge to Taylor Road.
This project is funded by the N. Turlock Master Plan Fees and will cost $274,000 with no contribution from the General Fund.
Currently, construction has outlined the general shape of the cul de sac, but, as of this writing, it has yet to be filled in its entirety. Curb and gutters, on the other hand, have been installed and finished, providing the outline of the cul de sac.
MHK Construction is currently working on putting in the sidewalk next to the alfalfa field.
In a prior staff update from Director of Development Services Mike Pitcock, it was mentioned to City Council that construction was hoping to have the majority of the work finished by the end of May. Crew on scene say that some weeks of rain put a stop to the job, and they are expecting to wrap up the project within a couple of weeks.