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Board Of Control Awards Street Resurfacing Contracts
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Story By: Larry Stine

 

 

 
 
 
   
   
  Originally Published on: 2/18/2014

Mansfield's annual street resurfacing program will see about 21.5 miles or roadways resurfaced at a cost of about $4.35-million.

Mansfield City Engineer Robert Bianchi says the Board of Control approved two contracts, both of which combined came under his estimate of $4.8-million.

Shelly and Sands and Kokosing Construction were awarded the contracts for the first and second phases.

Board of Control members also approved the replacement of a 12-inch gas line for the wastewater treatment plant's digester that is corroding. It collects the sludge and creates methane gas that in turn, supplies power to the aeration tanks at the plant.

   
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