You may have noticed a drilling rig on the WLMH property recently. “Geotechnical drilling” is a normal part of the process for infrastructure development. Essentially, the team is taking underground samples to get a sense of the soil type and bedrock depth. This will help when determining the best type of foundation for the building. They also installed ground water monitoring wells to understand the ground water conditions, including its purity and flow.
This drilling will likely continue for the next few weeks.
Unfortunately, no dinosaur bones have been found during this process…yet.