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Bids being sought for street program

Tuesday, January 9, 2007

SIKESTON -- Sikeston's 2007 street program should cost just a little over half a million dollars.

During their regular meeting Monday, Council members authorized engineers to get bids on the 2007 Street Improvement Program.

Council members approved an option recommended by staff and engineers totaling an estimated $517,760.

Asphalt overlay projects and their estimated costs are: N. Frisco from North to Compress, $29,200; School from Ruth to Gladys, $12,600 and from Gladys to Malone, $45,000; E. Matthews from Selma to the dead end, $36,900; N. Handy from North to Maude, $17,600; Bowman, $22,000; and Illinois from Indiana to Ables, $69,600.

Concrete projects will include: the intersection of W. North and N. West, $53,400; Wallace from Moore to Vernon, $94,700; the intersection of School and Ruth, $22,300; the intersection of Pine and Courtney, $24,000; spot repair on Pine at Hickory, $7,480; spot repair on Greer from Kingshighway to Main, $56,000; spot repair to about 40 feet on the 900 block of Vernon, $7,380; spot repair to about 75 feet of Brushwick between Lindenwood and Tanglewood, $8,800; and spot repair on the east corner of Northwest north of Lindenwood, $6,300.

The only drainage project listed will be work at Laurelwood and Lindenwood where it is presently holding water at the east side of the intersection at a projected cost of $4,500.

These estimates include construction cost, design fees and inspection fees.

Also approved but not included in the $517,760 were a $20,000 drainage project on Alabama Street and a striping project on Ables Road that will cost Sikeston about $7,000.