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Board Of Works And Safety Open Bids For Water Main Project
Updated February 20, 2015 5:11 AM | Filed under: Utilities
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(BEDFORD) - The Bedford Board of Works and Safety opened bids on Tuesday for the 16th Street water main replacement project.

The Times Mail reports that the bids for $1,551,735 from Layne Heavy Civil Inc. in Orleans and $2,233,345 from Infrastructure Systems in Orleans were taken under advisement.

The board approved an easement and demolition of a building along the right-of-way for the upgrade of the Spider Creek sewer line. The line will be increased from a 12-inch line to a 24-inch line will be moved to the north side of the creek.

The city will pay Darrin McCullough, who owns the property and building, $14,740 for the temporary easements. He has agreed to tear down the building for $35,260.

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