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Further, he said he isn’t convinced the plan contemplates high spring runoff that can move large boulders. "We’re not confident this design controls the kinetic energy during high stream flows."

But Moulatas said she is confident that state and federal agencies overseeing streambed restoration will sign off on the plan in the coming weeks.

At a glance

Miller Park restoration

» Removal of three non-native tree species.

» Planting of native trees, shrubs and ground cover.

» Streambed restoration and stream bank stabilization.

» Limited trail and sign improvements.

» Park closed from mid-April to mid-September.

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