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Posted by Randy on 2014/3/27 9:24:41 (247 reads) News by the same author

The Grundy County Commission has received a report of bridge inspections by the Missouri Department of Transportation.Click to see original Image in a new window

Presiding Commissioner, Rick Hull, said the bridges were rated between good and excellent. The inspections are done every 2 years.

Commissioners today accepted a bid for concrete to be delivered to bridge construction sites. Wahoo Concrete of Trenton submitted the only bid. The charge for a 5 bag mix is $90 a yard. An 8 bag mix has a price of $110 a yard. There's a $7 a yard discount if the charges are paid by the 10th of the month after the purchase. The charge for the 8 bag mix is up $1 a yard compared to last year. The price for the 5 bag mix is the same as last year. Wahoo also supplied the concrete a year ago.

The Commission approved a bid from Viebrock of Sedalia to provide construction steel for the Road and Bridge Department. The cost of nearly $46,000 was the lowest among 2 companies submitting bids which meet specifications. A 3rd bidder did not.

Grundy County Commissioners approved a bid from A Plus Lawn Care of Trenton to mow the lawns at the Courthouse, Prosecuting Attorney's office, and the Law Enforcement Center---plus the Bethel, Sires, and Wynne Cemeteries. The combined cost at those locations is $260 a mowing. That was the lowest bid among
2 received.

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