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Construction Dive by Kim Slowey  5/9/2019

Dive Brief:

    U.S. Customs and Border Protection is soliciting the public's input on its plans to replace a total of 78 miles of U.S.-Mexico border fencing in California and Arizona. The agency is specifically asking for comments on how construction will impact the local environment, culture, commerce, socioeconomics and quality of life. 

    One project would replace 15 miles of barrier with new bollard wall in Imperial County, California. In a second notice, CBP is proposing to replace up to 63 miles of pedestrian fencing and vehicle barrier in Arizona with new bollard wall in Pima County (43 miles) and Cochise County (20 miles).


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