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City-Sponsored Trip Hazard Persists

Wooden forms from pouring concrete persist as a trip hazard. (Action Alameda News)

Wooden forms from pouring concrete persist as a trip hazard. (Action Alameda News)

At least eight weeks after the concrete was poured for an Alameda Municipal Power below-grade vault, the wooden framing remains, representing a trip hazard.

The vault sits on the City of Alameda-owned boulevard just outside AquaTech Swim School at 2203 Mariner Square Loop, between a painted parallel parking space on the road, and the main entrance to the swimming facility.

The wood framing, left over from pouring the concrete, presents a trip hazard, as observed by Action Alameda News, for toddlers, children and adults alike moving between a car parked at the curb and the swim school, or for people going to and from the Mariner Square Athletic Club next door.

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