Council approves Cheney street work
Over $700,000 of paving, sidewalk repair and waterline replacement this summer
Transportation was the name of the game in action items at the Cheney City Council’s June 24 meeting. And with that, city residents should expect to see a lot of Shamrock Paving gear around town.
The Spokane-based company secured three contracts for street and arterial work this summer, the biggest being the North Sixth Street Preservation Project. Shamrock was by far the lowest of three bidders on the work from Oak Street to Betz Road, coming in at a total of $494,595 — over $90,000 less than the next bidder.
The $380,118 street and sidewalk work will be covered mostly by federal fundi...
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