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Paving, liquid fuels funds approved

May 19, 2014

New Enterprise Stone & Lime of New Enterprise was the overall low bidder for the city's 2014 blacktop patching services.
They submitted a bid of $40,433 for blacktop removal and $166,515 for 19 mm binder.
"We're very pleased with New Enterprise. They always do a good job and have saved us quite a bit of money this year," said city manager Dave Greene.
The following streets and roads are including in the bid: East Arch Street, Maple Street, Walnut Street, Oak Street, East Mill Street, West Mill Street, Beech Road and Locust Road. Streets may be added or removed from this list.
The bids were opened at an April 30 public meeting.

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