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By MICHAEL SELL
Correspondent 

Greenfield Township Accepts Bid To Pave Township Roads

 


Greenfield Township supervisors accepted a bid to pave four township roads at their July 7 meeting.

Grannas Bros. Contracting will pave Access Road, Ann Street, Pine Street and Hileman Hollow Road at a cost of $90,184. A bid from New Enterprise Stone & Lime Co. for $92,522 was also opened at the meeting. The two quotes appeared comparable, according to the supervisors, leading the board to approve the lower bid.

In other news, the board delayed setting a date for the township’s annual clean-up day. Matt Treon, chairman, said the clean-up is a good event, but that there is “a lot of contact with a lot of people,” and indicated that the health and safety of participants must be considered. The event is usually held in April, but was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic. If the event is held, a date would likely be set for September. The event will be reconsidered at the August meeting.

Supervisors approved the purchase of new pallet forks for the township’s John Deere tractor at a cost of $955.

The exterior of the Greenfield Community Center will be pressure washed at a cost of $400.

The township’s engineer presented initial engineering designs to improve ADA accessibility in the community center’s parking lot. Regrading and repaving of about 4,200 square feet is one option that could reduce the slope of the site.

 

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