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Bid approved for Sabetha walking trail
09/10/2019

(KNZA)--Plans for the construction of a walking trial in Sabetha move forward.

The Kansas Department of Transportation, in a news release, announced it has approved a bid from Bryant and Bryant Construction, of Halstead, in the amount of $301,231 for the project.

The bid letting took place August 21 in Topeka.

The walking trial will run along Sixth Street from Main Street to the Sabetha Sports Complex.

A grant from KDOT will pay for 80 percent of the construction cost, with the city responsible for the remainder plus engineering costs.

City Administrator Doug Allen said the project is be completed this year.  

 

 

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