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Farmington OKs bids for water treatment upgrades
by L.A. Story
Apr 19, 2017 | 1564 views | 0 0 comments | 64 64 recommendations | email to a friend | print
FARMINGTON — The City of Farmington is another step closer to seeing improvements in their water treatment plant and additional water lines.

During the regular Tuesday night meeting of the Mayor and the City of Farmington Board of Aldermen, the board approved the low bids for a two-part project.

The board approved the $153,490 for Hemphill Construction for Part A of the project. Part A is for improvement to the water treatment plant.

Part B was approved for Buzz Plaxico Dozer Service at $76,901.36. Part B is for adding water lines on the north side.

Funding for the project is paid for with a $443,160 Community Development Block Grant by the Mississippi Development Authority, Community Services Division.

In other board business:

The City Board approved the request of Farmington Police Chief Keith Little to add a new part-time officer. The board approved Little’s candidate, Ramiro Mares, of the Corinth Police Department.
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