Guernsey County Commissioner authorised two initiatives this week dealing with a culvert substitute and elimination of asbestos elements.
Zemba Bros. of Zanesville will switch for a 16-foot culvert substitute through underground directional drill at 12342 Independence Ave., in Kimbolton. The believed charge for the challenge which includes the set up of a catch basin and restoration of disturbed regions with seed and mulch is $36,978. The estimate does not consist of expenses and permits.
Very first Option Staffing Companies LLC of Columbus will take away around 1,500 square ft floor tiles made up of asbestos and an equivalent quantity of carpeting from the Juvenile Probation Department at the Guernsey County Courthouse. The cost of $8,600 is to be compensated from the County Making Fund and include charges, supplies/product labor and squander removing.
This is component of the renovation designs for the Juvenile Probation Office will go through. Commissioner formerly permitted V2 Architects to do the renovation at a price of roughly $18,000, which is to be paid from the County Building Fund.
When the work starts this summertime, the juvenile probation section will be relocated to a county-owned office environment constructing at the corner of North Fourth Avenue and Wheeling Avenue until eventually the perform is comprehensive.
Also, the city Financial and Group Improvement Department, with the assistance of Progressive Group Improvement Initiatives, was granted authorization to post an software for FY 2022 Neighborhood Advancement Block Grant Allocation Grant Software on behalf of the Commissioners to the Ohio Section of Growth.
The eligible amount of money of the grant software can be up to $210,000.
The county will also implement for a Neighborhood Revitalization grant for up to $750,000
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