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Hiram City Council Approves Funding for Contracts, Upgrading Downtown Fountain

Summary minutes from the Hiram City Council meeting on Tuesday, March 4.

The Hiram City Council approved funding for various projects at its regular meeting on Tuesday, March 4.

Much of the approved fund will come from SPLOST monies, according to summary minutes released by the city.

Here are some of the highlights from the meeting (submitted by City Clerk Cynthia Geyer):

  • Awarded the contract for professional services for the Engineering and Construction Administration of Water, Wastewater and Street Improvements for Main Street to Stevenson and Palmer Engineering, Inc. in an amount not to exceed $70,500 with $7,900 funded by the City’s designated money market account for the Sewer project and $62,500 from SPLOST. Authorized the Mayor to execute the contract documents.
  • Awarded the contract for professional services for the Engineering and Construction Administration for Engineering Services for Street Improvements to Nebo Road to Stevenson and Palmer Engineering, Inc. in an amount not to exceed $33,500 with $26,800 funded by the LMIG Grant and $6,700 funded from SPLOST. Authorized the Mayor to execute the contract documents.
  • Approved the consulting agreement with Jack Burnside to be designated the Livable Centers Initiative Grant Project Administrator for the City of Hiram. Authorized the Mayor to execute the contract documents.
  • Approved the purchase of the Watch Guard Digital Video System from the Police Capital SPLOST fund for the amount of $8407.00.
  • Approved the contracting of services to upgrade the Downtown Hiram Fountain from the Street Capital SPLOST fund for the amount of $6800.00.
  • Authorized the City Manager to facilitate the reinvestment of the City of Hiram, General Fund Certificate of Deposit that is maturing at Bank of North Georgia on March 7, 2014 based on the most competitive market rates.

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