Seven blocks of Aberdeen city streets, including W. Ada Street and part of N. Third West has been double chipped and sealed with the help of Bingham County and their equipment.
The cost of this project was $17,073, according to public works supervisor, Robert Goss. He said they were pleasantly surprised to be charged $6,800 rather than the originally anticipated $12,000 by Bingham County. The biggest cost was oil, as they used 25 tons of it.
Goss informed city council members Karl Vollmer, Karalee Krehbiel, Brian Schneider, Diane Hernandez, Mary Leisy and Mayor Larry Barrett at the meeting Tuesday, Aug. 9, that the city is very…
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