Questions remain for Florida Avenue raised median project

CoH may be required to pay for landscaping upkeep Photo by Melissa Diaz Hernandez/The Valley ChronicleHemet City Council members Russ Brown, Karlee Meyer and Bonnie Wright (left to right) listen as Acting City Engineer Nino Abad gives an overview of the Caltrans median project on Sept. 26. ■ Melissa Diaz Hernandez / Editor Caltrans’ plans to mitigate cross median collisions by installing raised medians along an 8-mile section of Florida Avenue may prove costly to the city if council decides to move forward with a landscape agreement proposed by Caltrans. Initially, Caltrans was not going to landscape the medians at all. Caltrans said it will cover the cost to initially landscape

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