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3/6/2018 - Greensburg Board of Works Meeting - Click here to print this information

The Greensburg Board of Works met Monday evening. Police Chief Brendan Bridges submitted a revised K-9 policy that was unanimously approved by the board. Street Commissioner Mark Klosterkemper presented the board with recommendations based on bids for fuel, stone, and sand for 2018. The board awarded the contract for aggregate stone to New Point Stone with the contract for ice control sand going to County Materials. Premier Ag was awarded the fuel contract.

Kierstin Hess briefed the board on Operation Freedom Ride scheduled for June 23rd. The event is a motorcycle and Jeep ride that will begin on the south side of the Decatur County Courthouse and travel to four American Legion Chapters in Decatur and surrounding counties. The event will finish with a cookout at the Decatur County Fairgrounds. All of the proceeds will support Helping Hands to prevent suicides among our veterans population and assist those with PTSD. In support of the event, Ms. Hess requested that the south side of the square be closed from 10:00 am to 11:30 am on the day of the event. The board approved the request pending approval by the Decatur County Commissioners.

The board approved payout number 11 for about $144,000 to Strand and Associates for the wastewater plant project. The board approved the promotion of Probationary Officer Brandon Meyer to 1st Class Patrolman.

City Engineer Ron May presented the board with an engineering agreement addendum for Veterans Way, Phase II with American Structurepoint. The addendum redefines the scope of services but will not increase the cost of the project which will be paid through TIF funds. The board also approved the bidding documents for Community Crossing Matching Grant Project 3 which includes work on 4th Street, 10th Street, Franklin Street, and Nightingale Drive. The board approved plans and opening date for the Community Crossing Matching Grant Project for Lincoln Street with work from Main Street to just north of the intersection of Lincoln and Walnut. The bids must be opened and awarded at the April 2nd meeting.

The board will hold its next meeting on April 2nd at 5:00 pm at Greensburg City Hall.

Tom Flemming-WTRE News

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