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Low bidder named for sewer line upgrade project

A Northern Virginia company was the low bidder on a project that would upgrade sewer lines in the Dora Highway area of Pulaski.
According to Town Manager John Hawley, Am-Liner submitted a bid of $1,329,819 for the project. The company was one of three to submit bids.
The project, which received federal stimulus funding and must be under contract by Nov. 29, calls for a lining to be placed in the concrete interceptor from the train station to the Dora Highway pump station.
The interceptor was constructed in 1958. The lining should reduce the amount of infiltration entering the treatment system and cut back on the town’s treatment costs at Pepper’s Ferry Regional Wastewater Treatment Authority.
The town recently was selected to receive about $1.7 million in economic stimulus funds to rehabilitate the sewer system in the southeast section of town.
It was one of nine projects the town submitted in hopes of obtaining funds under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) of 2009.
The town will not get to keep the additional stimulus funds approved beyond the contract bid.

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Low bidder named for sewer line upgrade project

A Northern Virginia company was the low bidder on a project that would upgrade sewer lines in the Dora Highway area of Pulaski.
According to Town Manager John Hawley, Am-Liner submitted a bid of $1,329,819 for the project. The company was one of three to submit bids.
The project, which received federal stimulus funding and must be under contract by Nov. 29, calls for a lining to be placed in the concrete interceptor from the train station to the Dora Highway pump station.
The interceptor was constructed in 1958. The lining should reduce the amount of infiltration entering the treatment system and cut back on the town’s treatment costs at Pepper’s Ferry Regional Wastewater Treatment Authority.
The town recently was selected to receive about $1.7 million in economic stimulus funds to rehabilitate the sewer system in the southeast section of town.
It was one of nine projects the town submitted in hopes of obtaining funds under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) of 2009.
The town will not get to keep the additional stimulus funds approved beyond the contract bid.

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