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Although it may look like just landscaping, the largest individual portion of the $2.2 project was drainage. Above, Supt. Ferguson explains how water will flow from the roofs and ground all the way to the state trailway, intended to help resolve past flooding problems. He said during construction, crews made a 40-foot-deep hole in one area to install the major drain pipe.

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