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Grandview City Council Briefs

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Council approves agreement with GVPRSA board

GRANDVIEW - Grandview City Council members, with the exception of Councilwoman Helen Darr, voted to approve an interlocal agreement between the city and the Grandview Parks and Recreation Service Area Board.

The agreement states that the city will transfer the Euclid Park property, where the proposed family aquatics center will be located, to the service area board upon the passage of the bond issue set to go before voters on May 17.

The interlocal agreement also states that the service area board will take care of demolishing the existing municipal pool once the aquatics center is constructed.

Contracts awarded for well rehabilitation project

GRANDVIEW - Monday night, Grandview City Council voted to award the contract for work on the well No. 4 rehabilitation project to POW Contracting, Inc. of Pasco.

The company submitted the lowest bid, $188,722, for work to be done to the well's electrical and chlorination building. The bid came in nearly 8 percent below the engineer's estimate.

Contracts awarded for three new traffic signals

GRANDVIEW - The City of Grandview will soon have three new traffic signals in town. Monday night, Grandview City Council voted to award the contract for the installation of the three new signals to Sierra Electric, Inc. of Pasco.

The three signals will be placed at the intersections of Wine Country and Grandridge roads, Wine County Road and Elm Street, and West Second Street and Grandridge Road. The low bid for the three signals came in at $456,664, which is 24 percent below the engineer's estimate.

City amends ordinance to allow city to recoup engineering costs

GRANDVIEW - Monday night, Grandview City Council voted to amend city ordinances to allow for the city's building department to recuperate costs associated with reviewing plans and doing inspections of construction sites.

Public Works Director Cus Arteaga said

the way the ordinances were written the city was now allowed to recoup the engineering costs that come with doing that type of work.

Council recognizes April homes of the month

GRANDVIEW - Grandview City Council took time Monday night to recognize the recipients of the April homes of the month awards.

Homes of the Month recipients include Ann Chester at 435 Victoria Way, Ramiro and Delores Gonzalez at 711 Stassen Way, Gil and Genova Brook at 107 Harrison St., Francis and Kathy Janshen at 1816 Young St., and Al and Marilyn Arnold at 1004 King St.

The recipient of the business beautification award was the owners of Molcajetes Family Mexican Restaurant, Gregorio and Mercedes Garcia.

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