Created on Wednesday, 25 September 2013 Written by JOEL E. MAST
Some of Bellefontaine’s streets should see new pavement in the coming weeks after Shelly Co., the sole bidder, won the city contract.
Shelly’s bid was $217,000 to pave 15 of the worst sections of city roadway. It was higher than City Engineer Tim Notestine’s estimates, but still within an acceptable amount, members of the Bellefontaine City Council learned at Tuesday’s meeting.
Shelly has begun work on an Ohio Department of Transportation project to grind and pave the U.S. Route 68 north bypass from east Auburn Avenue to Madriver and then north to Sandusky Avenue.
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