Student interns get the lay of the land at Lincoln Park
by Glenn Moore
Oct 08, 2009 | 1498 views | 1 1 comments | 19 19 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Millennium High School students Alfredo Sanchez, left, and Ahmad Shaghasi man an electronic surveyor as they help map out Lincoln Park. Glenn Moore/Tracy Press
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Students from Millennium High School who are interns with city engineers have helped survey Lincoln Park prior to crews giving the park a facelift.

The surveying gear creates a digital map of the park, pathways and features. Thousands of measurement points are taken and recorded which architects will use to design the map and landscaping for park repairs and additions.

They have been working each day for about a week and expect to have a few more weeks of surveying to complete the mapping for the park.

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ShiloN
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October 09, 2009
That's great. Lincoln Park deserves an upgrade. What a great way to do it.


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