We have a lot of infrastructure work going on at Las Catalinas right now. OK, maybe not glamorous or sexy, but important!
1. We are paving the road from Potrero to Las Catalinas. Yes! Most of the heavy work to improve this road was done over a year ago, but for reasons that I will not bore you with it has not gotten its proper top coat of paving until now. Most of the road will be paved with chipseal - a normal paving material for rural roads. A few of the steeper sections will be done in concrete.
2. We are building a water tank. It is a big one - holding 100,000 gallons of water. That should hold us for a while. Yes!
3. We have begun infrastructure work for the next portions of beach town. Earthwork underway now, to be followed by water, wastewater, electric, telecom, hardscape, and landscaping. Yes!
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