Cheney council OKs project payment
Approval to spend $305,600 moves North Sixth Street Preservation Project forward; construction could start July 1
Cheney’s North Sixth Street Preservation project took a step towards moving off the drawing board and into actual asphalt and concrete with City Council approval Tuesday night of a Local Agency Agreement Supplement with the state’s Department of Transportation.
The agreement was needed in order to allocate $305,600 of $325,000 in federal funding received for the project by the city under the Surface Transportation Program for construction and construction engineering of the project. Public Works Director Todd Ableman told the council the city had received project authorization from DOT,...
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