CORNING – The city council will consider placing an order to install playground equipment in Yost Park on Tuesday.
The city announced on March 24 that it had received four offers from Northern California Recreation, Creative Builders, RE Schultz Construction Inc., and Pacific Underground Services to install the playground equipment.
Northern California Recreation placed the lowest bid at $ 21,006.85 while Pacific Underground Service’s bid was the highest at $ 62,420.
City officials will recommend the city council award the contract to Creative Builders, who offered $ 29,998 to install the playground equipment.
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City workers want to get offers for the Multi-Street Improvement and Rehabilitation Project 2021.
This project consists of the placement of a combination of Chip Seal and fibrous micro-topping on Toomes Avenue between Solano Street and Blackburn Avenue, Hoag Street between Solano Street and Tehama Street, Colusa Street between Houghton Avenue and Third Street , South Street between Second Street and Marguerite Avenue and Second Street between Fig Lane and South Street.
After the bids are received and reviewed by the staff, they submit the lowest bid to the council for approval.
Fire Chief Tom Tomlinson will seek permission from the council to put the former boss’ truck up for online auction. It’s a 1995 Ford.
The council meeting will take place in person on Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. in the chambers of the city council. 794 Third St. Sessions are free and open to the public. However, the council chambers, including the council and staff, are allowed to enter a maximum of 22 people.
Masks are required to attend the meeting and temperatures are measured at the door.