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San Clemente Times
Southern California Gas Company (SoCalGas) has been issued the encroachment permit for the repair work on their gas main along El Camino Real for the two locations on the bike path adjacent to Camino Capistrano and at Pico/ECR adjacent to the 7-11.
Work should start Wednesday night and be on-going until around July 5, according to the city’s press release, assuming no issues arise.
All work during this phase was done Monday through Thursday nights between 9 p.m.-5 a.m.
Steel plates are to be in-laid flush on the surface to help for bicyclist and pedestrians.
In October, SoCalGas will need to return and complete additional work. During that phase, there will be a couple days where work will need to be completed during the day and night due to keeping gas service to the area.