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Tassajara Road will re-open Dec. 16 after paving delayed by November rain

Closure necessitated by replacement of failing drainage culvert near northern Dublin city limits

The opening of a portion of Tassajara Road in Dublin and Camino Tassajara Road in Contra Costa County that was closed in May for road improvements will now be delayed two weeks due to weather.

Dublin officials said the large amount of rainfall received in November limited the contractor's ability to place new asphalt in this section of roadway.

With drier conditions anticipated over the next several days, the multi-day process of paving the road to a finished standard will resume.

The road will now re-open on Dec. 16.

The closure was necessitated by the replacement of a failing drainage culvert that is located just north of the intersection of Tassajara Road and Fallon Road, near the northern Dublin city limits.

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