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Tuesday, August 26, 2008
Q: The elevations show a difference of about 10' between Clinton and Canal. Is this correct? This contradicts section A-A'.
You may notice a slight inconsistency between the new elevations and the one of the section drawings.
The elevations are correct.
Please note that the section should be revised per the above.
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