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 Meetings Convened in January 2012:

January 13, 2012: Roads and Utilities Committee

Roads and Utilities Committee will meet on Monday, January 13, 2012 at 6:30 P.M. to discuss the capital requests and upcoming projects.
Joseph A. Gambatese, Chairman
Roads and Utilities Committee
January 13, 2012: Roads and Utilities Committee

The 2012 Roads and Utilities Committee met on Monday January 16, 2012 at 6:30pm. Present were committee members Councilmen Frey and Ward, and Chairman Gambatese. Also present were Councilmen Marko, Schlessel, LoPresti and Packard, Finance Director Mary Kovalchik, Service Director Rick Glady, and City Engineer Jeff Filarski.
Maintaining the roads in the city has always been a priority. The City Engineer said that over the past 11 years, the city has invested in the roads and this has helped in the upkeep of them. Jeff Filarski and Rick Glady presented the 2012 Roads program. It was recommended that we finish the stretch on Winchester that was not worked on last year, north of Golfway to Summit.
The 2011 Roads total came in $264,000.00 below budget and was returned to the Street Capital improvement fund.
Totals for the 2012 Road Program:
Asphalt Resurfacing
$ 452,356.00
Concrete Reconstruction
$ 375,973.00
Concrete Slab & Joint Repair
$ 153,489.00
Asphalt Rejuvenation
$ 60,000.00
Asphalt Repairs
$ 94,336.00
Catch Basin Replacements
$ 25,000.00
Crack Sealing
$ 39,631.00

There will also be a traffic study at the intersection of Brainard and Alberta.
The committee was eager to get this budget approved so the City could go out and get the bidding process started to get the most competitive pricing now, rather than wait till later in the year. Councilman Ward moved to approve the streets budget pending available funds. The motion was seconded by Councilman Frey and passed unanimously.
Meeting adjourned at 6:50pm.
Respectfully Submitted,
Joseph A. Gambatese, Chairman

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