Upgrades to Culver’s water treatment plant are costing the town a bit more than originally thought. The town council voted last week to pay the December claims requested by Michiana Contracting and Midwestern Engineers. Continue reading
The Town of Culver is ready to proceed with a certificate of substantial completion for upgrades to the town’s water treatment plant. The town council voted Tuesday to close out the project and pay the remaining claims to Midwestern Engineers and project manager Michiana Contracting. Continue reading
The Culver Town Council has approved some updates to the town’s water rate ordinance. While town officials emphasize that rates will not be going up as part of the change, various fees will be increased. Continue reading
The Knox Board of Public Works members opened bids for street paving this week. The lowest bid came from E&B Paving with $91,992.27 as their bid. The highest bid was from Central Paving for $120,000. The board members agreed to accept the lowest conforming bid pending approval from Street Department Superintendent Jeff Borg and City Attorney David Matsey.
The Marshall County Commissioners approved a bid for the county’s portion of the Metronet project and the Plymouth Redevelopment Commission approved a bid for the city’s portion of the project.
The commissioners approved a bid from CSU, Inc. for Alternate A at a cost of$598,221.99. The county’s portion of the project includes general work for the infrastructure and conduit.
The city selected the base bid and alternates A, B, C, and D with Michiana Contracting.