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Planning Commissioners are scheduled to discuss proposed maintenance and a six-week closure of the Pacific Coast Highway Surfside overcrossing bridge during its meeting tonight.
According to the staff report, Orange County Public Works is proposing to close the remaining portion of the bridge for six weeks while work is being performed for safety.
“The closure is necessary to expedite the work, and to address safety concerns,” the report said. “The bridge has a narrow pathway and there is not sufficient space to work on the bridge and have safe pedestrian access.”
The Commission will meet at 6 p.m. in Dana Point City Hall, Council Chambers. City Hall is located at 33282 Street of the Golden Lantern, Dana Point.
The agenda and attachments can be found here.