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This looks great! Curious as to what that sand pit construction zone is on the left side. Is that visible in the underlying reference map?
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kgradow1, thanks. The construction is relatively new (less than a year maybe?) and is not visible on the reference map. They are either building a new parking deck or extending the existing one, not sure which.
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