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Goshen Board of Public Works and Safety and Stormwater, Sept. 16, 2013

Goshen Board of Public Works meeting of Sept. 16, 2013
Posted on Sept. 18, 2013 at 1:00 a.m. | Updated on Sept. 18, 2013 at 1:41 p.m.

Goshen Board of Public Works and Safety and Stormwater

When: Monday, Sept. 16

Key action: Promoted Pvt. Jerod Erb to the rank of sergeant in the Goshen Fire Department effective Thursday, Sept. 19.

Other actions:

Ÿ Accepted easements, right-of-way and the plat for the Growing Kids Learning Center subdivision at 3202 and 3212 Elkhart Road and 2909 Peddlers Village Road.

Ÿ Accepted three balancing change orders for the Maple City Greenway-Fidler Pond, Dickerson Landing phase two and the Electric Brew bump-out projects. The Maple City Greenway-Fidler Pond project required more topsoil removal than anticipated, which led to an increase of $14,857.06 for a final contract price of $77,884.56. The Dickerson Landing change order increased the price by $2,252.04 for a total contract price of $177,226.79. The Electric Brew bump-out required additional removal of concrete that was removed from the alleyway due to its poor condition that would not provide a good transition for the new concrete to tie into. The increase to the price was $4,095.89, bringing the total contract price to $13,296.48.

Ÿ Approved and accepted water main and sanitary sewer infrastructure at Keystone RV for maintenance.

Ÿ Declared 821 water meters as surplus property and resolved to see the meters as such.

Ÿ Announced the state’s bid for untreated road salt was bid out to Cargill at $61.43 per ton. The city’s requirement was for 1,300 tons and the 2012 price was $62.71 per ton.

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