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The Town of Flower Mound is planning to construct 700-feet of road between two existing dead-end streets of Lake Forest Boulevard, located approximately 2 km to the northeast of Grapevine Lake in Denton County, Texas. A 100-foot-wide study corridor was surveyed for the project area. The 1.7-acre study areas was surveyed on August 16, 2017. All shovel tests were negative; however, a historic cistern/well feature was recorded as site 41DN604. The site is not associated with any other features or with any structures as demonstrated by historic maps and aerials dating back to 1918. The site is recommended as not eligible for listing on the NRHP or as an SAL. Field documents, photos, and other paperwork from this survey will be curated at the Center for Archaeological Studies at Texas State University. As such, AR Consultants, Inc. recommends that further cultural resource investigations are unwarranted and requests that that Texas Historical Commission concur with this assessment. However, if artifacts or other features are found during construction, work should stop immediately and the Archeology Division of the Texas Historical Commission should be notified before work resumes.
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