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With agency help, wildlife can find a way

Posted: Wednesday, November 17, 2010 12:00 am

Dave Perry/The Explorer, Jennifer Christelman, environmental engineering division manager for the Town of Marana, stands in the 8-foot opening of a deer-crossing culvert on the new Twin Peaks Road. Side-by-side culverts are designed to allow deer safe crossing beneath the new roadway as it cuts across the fan of the Tortolita Mountains.

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