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Trees make way for drainage project

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The trees were cut as part of a flood control and recreation and habitat restoration project.

The $19 million second phase of the Arroyo Chico-Tucson Drainage Improvement Project is designed to ease flooding along Arroyo Chico, which drains an 11.4-square-mile area from Alvernon Way to the Santa Cruz River. As part of the project, Tucson Unified School District’s Cherry Field, a sports complex, will be rebuilt and renovated.

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