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Contract approved for Seneca street project

Seneca City Hall

(KMZA)--The Seneca City Council at their February 1st meeting approved a contract with AHRS Construction for the Main Street reconstruction project from 7th to 11th Streets, after approving the low bid from the Bern-based company at their previous meeting.

The Council approved one change, adding removal of the existing light poles and bases to the contract, bringing the total contract to $1,415,035.

The Council also approved a supplemental agreement with the engineering firm, Wilson and Company, of Salina, to provide construction related services for the project. The project is anticipated to start by March 1st.

In other business, the Council approved the low bid from from Allied Systems, of St. Joseph, for the replacement of a sewer lift station in the Sunset Addition in the amount of $67,173. It was among three bids received.

The Council also voted 4-1 vote to accept a bid from Honeyman Ford, of Seneca, for purchase of a 2023 Ford F-150 crew cab XL truck for the Electric Department in the amount of $45,646 with the trade-in of 2002 Ford truck. The bid was about $2,500 higher than a bid submitted by Nemaha Valley Motors for a 2023 Dodge Ram truck. The dissenting vote came from Ray Shinn, who thought the bid should be awarded to the lowest bidder.

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