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|Bid awarded for Phase 3 road work|
Soil Stabilizers of Ruston was awarded the contract for Phase 3 hardsurfacing work in Concordia Parish, Police Jury President Melvin Ferrington said Tuesday.
Bids were opened Monday for the project which will include hardsurfacing approximately one mile each on Moose Lodge Road and Bob Rife Road.
Soil Stabilizers offered the low bid at $564,887, followed by D&J Construction of West Monroe, $625,503, and Diamond B Construction of Alexandria, $686,512.
"The money for this is coming from leftover money from the Phase 2 work," said Ferrington. The hardsurfacing projects, which include three phases, are financed through a parishwide sales tax.
Soil Stabilizers was the contractor for Phase 2 work, while The Blain Companies was contractor for Phase 1 work, which is now the subject of litigation between the company and the Jury.
"If the weather's good we may be able to get the Phase 3 work done by the end of the year," said Ferrington.
Meanwhile, during a special meeting Monday night, the Police Jury agreed to put employees for the District Attorney and two employees in the judge's office on the Jury's health insurance program to be paid from the funds of those offices.
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