Photo by Melissa Diaz Hernandez/The Valley ChronicleThe city made the improvements drawing from a letter of credit after the solar farm dropped the ball. ■ Melissa Diaz Hernandez / Editor The long-awaited improvements to the former eyesore that lined the southwest intersection of Sanderson and Acacia Avenues are near completion. The project took almost six months to complete, far longer than expected. The project “was originally set for 50 working days,” Senior Public Works Inspector Jaime Cruz for the Engineering Department told the newspaper. “However, delays due to an Eastern Municipal Water District waterline in Acacia, and a conflict with the Edison power lines on Acacia lengthened the schedule to approximately
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