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The Cal Park Hill Tunnel is expected to open to the public in October after a regional agency this week approved almost $3 million for final work on the project.
Inmate crews have been organized by Ukiah to clean up the overgrown corridor of the railroad tracks this week.
Crews out of the Chamberlain Creek Conservation Camp west of Willits got started on the project Monday near the renovated rail depot on Perkins Street. The crews had leveled overgrown grass and bushes from Perkins south to about the Grace Hudson Park.