By CALVIN PYNN
The Pulaski Town Council held a special meeting last Tuesday, June 24, to discuss three bids for proposed projects in relation to repairs needed around the town.
After a brief deliberation, the council decided to approve all projects discussed on the agenda. All three project bids would cost a total of $710,850.
The first project discussed was in regards to the repairs needed at the town’s Burn Building, which is used by the fire department for training purposes. Currently the Burn Building doesn’t meet Virginia’s code and regulation for use.
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