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Repaving a road isn’t that simple a task, if there are birds in the way

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Posted: Tuesday, April 26, 2011 12:00 am

It may seem like a routine maintenance job for San Joaquin County — giving Acampo Road a fresh coat of asphalt — but there had better not be any migratory birds in the area, according to San Joaquin County and state officials.

Pending approval at today’s Board of Supervisors meeting, the county will smooth out a 1.7-mile portion of Acampo Road between Highway 99 and Lower Sacramento Road. But it will cost county taxpayers a few hundred dollars to hire a wildlife biologist to check for birds in the area, said Mike Selling, the county’s deputy public works director for engineering.

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