See larger Cirino Trejo, seawall foreman,  uses a two-inch water hose to force water down into the ground to force sandy material up to give way for space for the 2,600-pound concrete slab he will set in place as part of a new seawall at the northeast side of the new S.S. Jolley Bridge.

Photo by ROGER LALONDE

Cirino Trejo, seawall foreman, uses a two-inch water hose to force water down into the ground to force sandy material up to give way for space for the 2,600-pound concrete slab he will set in place as part of a new seawall at the northeast side of the new S.S. Jolley Bridge.

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