Falls City Council approves street improvement projects

(KLZA)-- The Falls City Council approved a proposal from Constructors Inc. of Lincoln for a number of street improvement projects to begin this summer when they met last week.

The total cost of the projects will be $760,900. Projects will include removal of the bricks on 14th Street between Harlan and Stone Street and replacing them with cement.

Asphalt overlays will occur o 14th Street from Crook to Stone Street.

An overlay is planned on 25th Street from Towle Street to Schoenheit and on Fulton from 14th to 18th Street.

In addition some patching is planned in other spots on Fulton Street.

The Council also approved a proposal from Farris Engineering for an Arc Flash Study, recommended by Director of Public Works Trevor Campbell and the Board of Public Works. Campbell said while the study is not a requirement, he considers it a priority to help protect city employees.

The cost for the study will be $21,600 and will include the power plant building and part of the electrical distribution system.

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