$1.5 Million for Pavement, Security Improvements Before Town and Country Aldermen Monday
Town and Country aldermen are set to discuss spending approximately $1.5 million for pavement, plus $12K for city security. A vote for preserving a log cabin could also come Monday night. View the full agenda here.
The Town and Country Board of Aldermen is set to meet Monday night.
Among items aldermen are set to discuss: making security improvements to the city's Municipal Building and moving forward with asphalt pavement services for approximately $1.4 million. An additional $43,470 for inspection services and materials testing for the asphalt services. The money is already budgeted for 2013 and would be used for pavement on various streets through out the city.
Aldermen could also vote Monday to enter into a contract with Loomis Associates Inc. for its professional services to help with the site planning for the restoration of the log cabin moved from 13348 Conway Road.
Loomis' services are expected to help the community determine where to reconstruct the log cabin. They will include coordinating public forums as the process moves forward, preparing a base site plan at Drace Park for the cabin and preparing the final site plan for the cabin's reconstruction.
The funds raised by the Town and Country Historical Society will be used to pay for the contract which is estimated to cost $1,757.
Private donations are still needed as the process continues and can be made to the Town and Country Historical Society.
For more details on Monday night's meeting see the agenda and supporting documents in the PDF portion of this article.
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