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City adjust contractor's working hours

(KNZA)--With the hot days of summer approaching and weather delays, the Hiawatha City Commission has voted to adjust the working hours for the contractor on the street sales tax project.

Due to language in their contact, AHRS Construction, of Bern, has been sticking to business hours up until now in the project.

The Commission voted at their June 17 meeting to adjust the crew’s available start time to 5 a.m. to no later than 10 p.m.

The vote also included a provision to allow AHRS to work during regular business hours on Saturdays and holidays, in an attempt to move the project along.

Mayor Bill Collins said he was aware that the early start time would be inconvenient for some, but that sacrifice is sometimes necessary for progress.

City Administrator Mike Nichols said the streets in front of the high school and elementary school should both be completed before school is back in session.  


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