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<br />(530) 587-5156 • FAX (530) 587-5196 • E-mail: • 10775 Pioneer Trail, Suite 213 • Truckee, CA 96161 • A California Corporation <br /> <br /> <br />Project No. 42169-01 <br />November 13, 2017 <br /> <br />Mark Thomas & Company <br />7300 Folsom Boulevard, Suite 203 <br />Sacramento, California 95826 <br /> <br />Attention: Garry Horton <br /> <br />Reference: Truckee River Legacy Trail – Phase 4 <br /> Truckee, Nevada and Placer Counties, California <br /> <br />Subject: Supplement No. 1 Preliminary Geotechnical Engineering and <br />Geologic Review <br /> <br />This letter presents geologic and geotechnical engineering conclusions and preliminary <br />recommendations for soft trails associated with the Truckee River Legacy Trail – Phase <br />4. Our Preliminary Geotechnical Engineering and Geologic Review Report for the <br />Truckee River Legacy Trail – Phase 4 was dated September 20, 2016. The purpose of <br />this supplement letter is to include a soft trail portion to the overall project that was not <br />included in our previous report. The proposed soft trails will connect the Ponderosa <br />Palisades residential community to the new Class I Legacy Trail and connect with <br />existing soft trails in the central portion of the project area. A small area of soft trails is <br />also planned near the northeast corner of the project. <br /> <br />The scope of our services included surface reconnaissance within the soft trail area not <br />observed during our previous investigation, engineering analysis, and preparation of this <br />supplement letter. <br /> <br />Project Description <br /> <br />The Truckee River Legacy Trail – Phase 4 project will include construction of <br />approximately 2.3 miles of Class I paved multi-use trail. The Class I trail will continue <br />southwest from the Legacy Trail at the Regional Park, across Brockway Road at the <br />intersection with Palisades Drive and travel westward along the south side of Brockway <br />Road. The trail will veer south through the Hilltop Master Plan area near Cottonwood <br />Restaurant and traverse lands owned by the Truckee Donner Public Utilities District, <br />Truckee Springs LLC, United States Forest Service, and State of California. The trail will <br />cross the Truckee River on a pedestrian bridge and may enter into Placer County, <br />depending on the selected bridge location. The trail will connect to the existing <br />Mousehole Class I trail at West River Street. <br />