Red Bluff Daily News —
A new groundwater monitoring station is coming to Corning’s public works yard on Gallagher Avenue just across from a warehouse that stores various road signs and equipment.
Public Works Flood Control Manager Ryan Teubert presented the project Tuesday to the Tehama County Board of Supervisors. It consists of construction at the yard, which will be funded and performed by the California Department of Water Resources.
Teubert said this would save Tehama County Public Works “hundreds of thousands of dollars” on the project.
Once constructed, it will be up to the county, specifically flood control, to manage the station and eventually demolish it once its lifespan has run out, Teubert said.