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An Archeological Investigation Of The Proposed North Harris County Regional Water Authority Project 28E-2, Harris County, Texas
Texas Historical Commission
On July 24, 2017, Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc. of Houston, Texas conducted an intensive, linear cultural resource survey of the proposed 12-inch water line between Grant Road and the Lake Forest UD Water Plant #3 in Harris County, Texas. The overall proposed Project Area is approximately 550 meters in length. The project corridor will involve a 6 meter wide easement with a trench that will not exceed 4.5 m in width. The investigations were conducted under TAC Permit Number 8111 for HVJ Associates (the Client). The results of this survey are subject to review by the Texas Historical Commission, and the client.
A total of 11 shovel tests were excavated and an area roughly 1 acre in size was examined. All were negative for cultural resources. Based on the negative findings it is the recommendation of Moore Archeological Consulting that work on the proposed project be permitted to proceed with no further cultural resource investigations.
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