By Matt Montgomery
Monday night, the Piedmont city council voted unanimously to approve four repair projects at a total cost of $510,825.60.
The four bids the city council approved Monday were for unit prices through Silver Star Construction and Woods and Son Paving.
All of the bids the council approved Monday will come back to the city council for final approval during a special meeting and will be applied to next year’s fiscal year budget.
The first project approved Monday night, is a bid from Canadian County District No. 3 at a unit price of $217,550.80, for the roadway stabilization improvements on Stout Drive, from Edmond Road south to below Monroe Ave. NW; on SaraRoad NE, from Edmond Road NE (178th Street) North to Arrowhead Road NE (192nd); on Waterloo Road, from Mustang Road NE, east to Sara Road NE.
The second project approved was for the bid from Silver Star Construction at a cost of $73,685 for the application of a three-inch Type S-4 asphalt paving to Stout Drive NW (7th Street), from Edmond Road NW, south to below Monroe Ave. NW.
The third project approved was for a bid from Woods and Son Paving at a cost of $154,301.80 for the application of a double layer of oil and chip on Waterloo Road east, from Mustang Road NE to Sara Road NE, and on Sara Road NE, from Edmond Road NE (178th Street) north to Arrowhead Road NE (192nd Street).
The final project approved Monday was for a bid from Canadian County District No. 3 at a cost of both $32,542.20 and $32,745 from Silver Star Construction for the roadway stabilization on Northridge Lane ($32,542.20) and for the application of a double layer of Oil and Chip on Northridge Lane ($32,745).
In other business, the Piedmont city council also approved the action on budget amendments for the 2014 City of Piedmont general fund, capital improvement project, fire department, street and alley, and USDA.