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The project field survey took place on September 23-24, 2013. The project’s area of potential effect (APE) encompasses a maximum of 122 acres including current right of way (ROW) [1.29 acres] and proposed ROW [120.71 acres]. A previous TxDOT pedestrian survey in September/October 2010 [permit # 5665] had covered approximately 117.52 acres where right of entry had been granted to TxDOT. At the time of the first survey no right of entry was granted for parcels 39 and 41. TxDOT has since purchased the entire APE and current survey covers the remaining two parcels 39 and 41 [4.48 acres]. No archeological sites were found during the survey of the remaining two parcels. One isolated lithic flake was found in shovel test #4. Whether the lithic flake was the result of natural or prehistoric/modern cultural origin could not be determined. No artifact were collected or curated from this survey.
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