Berm to dampen Ray Gibbon noise

The city has killed two birds with one pile of dirt, so to speak.

While excavating behind North Ridge last year in preparation for the construction of stage three of Ray Gibbon Drive, project manager Larry Galye decided to use the excavated soil and clay to build a berm. This saved the city the cost of hauling the dirt away and will provide area residents with sound attenuation that wasn’t in the original plan.

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