Sioux City Council to vote on drainage improvements, LED lighting at City Hall | Government and Politics

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SIOUX Town — The Sioux Town Council will be requested Monday to approve a deal for Morningside drainage advancements and design files for LED lighting at Metropolis Hall. 

The council will voted on whether or not to award a more than $96,000 agreement to SuBSurfco, LLC for the Singing Hills Boulevard and Harbor Drive drainage improvements project.

The job incorporates the building of further storm sewer intakes, drainageway grading and the removing and substitution of road and path paving. 

The project was bid on Aug. 3. SuBSurfco, of South Sioux Town, and Sioux Town Engineering, Co. have been the only two contractors to submit bids.

SuBSurfco submitted the lowest bid — $96,388.75. The metropolis engineer’s estimate was $95,000. 

The challenge, which is funded employing transfer in drinking water cash, transfer in sewer money, transfer in product sales tax and normal obligation bonds, is expected to be accomplished in September, in just 15 doing work days.

City personnel is also recommending that the council greenlight construction paperwork for the Town Hall LED lighting enhance undertaking. 

In accordance to documents submitted with the town, West Plains Engineering of Sioux Falls has completed strategies and technical specs for the challenge, which incorporates the elimination of current inside lighting and replacement with new LED lighting.