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Bids accepted for sports park construction

Friday, May 23, 2003 Posted 10:30 a.m.
Bids for construction of the sports park at the north end of the city were accepted at a meeting of the Millennia Committee Thursday night at City Hall. Sullivan Construction of Pontiac was awarded the contract for site preparation and improvement for $223, 612.50. The site work will include excavating, removing of old pavement, installation of culverts, tiles, water mains, sewer lines and paving of parking lots.

RJS Constructors of Peoria received the contract to build a restroom and shelter facility for $114,012.00. The structure will be approximately 30 feet by 40 feet.

Tonica Nursery received the landscaping contract for $25,000. This will include the planting of 52 trees and seeding of grass. The bids for installation of the playground equipment, skate board park, inline hockey rink and fitness stations will be awarded at the next meeting of the committee.

The Millennia Committee will seek the City Council's approval for the awarding of the contracts at the next city council meeting on June 2. Upon council approval, construction will commence.