Monday, September 16, 2013
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Gwinnett Daily Post
GRAYSON — The city of Grayson City Hall and Senior Center are getting a makeover.
The City Council approved several building maintenance improvements Monday night.
Because of “substantial hail damage,” both the City Hall and the Senior Center will be getting new roofs, which would normally cost $23,843, but all the city will pay is its $1,000 insurance deductible.
Other improvements include: $2,586 to replace windows (City Hall); $13,071 for new gutters, paint, and cornices for both buildings; and $4,078 allocated for materials.
In other business, the Council:
· OK’d the low bid of $2,400 from Southeastern Signs, Lawrenceville, to install 3x5-foot double-faced signs on the 438 Building across the street from City Hall.
· Agreed to fund a school crosswalk on Ga. Highway 84 at a cost not to exceed $3,800.
· Decided to send out a request for proposal for lawn care service on various city properties.
· Accepted the low bid of Georgia Wildcat Paving of $5,135 for street repair work.