Bedford Board of Works and Safety approve two minor subdivisions and upgrades to City Hall during Tuesday meeting

BEDFORD – The Bedford Board of Works and Safety approved two minor subdivisions and accepted a quote to update the exterior of Bedford City Hall.

2435 I Street and how the parcels will be separated

The first property, located at 2435 I Street, was first introduced during the May Board of Zoning and Appeals meeting to split one parcel into two separate plots. There is currently a house and detached garage, with the latter being converted into a single-family residence.

The request had made its way through the Zoning Board of Appeals, Plan Commission, and the City Council, before being accepted during the Tuesday meeting.

2747 Washington Avenue

The next property, located at 2747 Washington Avenue is requesting to be separated into two parcels to separate the house and the business owned by Johnny & Janet Fiddler. This was approved by the board.

Exterior of Bedford City Hall

Lastly, the board had received bids to re-paint and replace shutters at city hall at 1102 16th Street from McIntyre Bros. and Umphress Masonry Inc. The board awarded the bid from Umphress Masonry Inc for $170,000 as it was the only bid to meet the qualifications needed to perform the upgrades.