COLUMBIA CITY — Three companies submitted bids for 2013 street repairs to Columbia City’s Board of Works and Safety.
Niblock Excavating, E&B Paving and Wayne Asphalt were the three firms that turned in bids. Board members said they would take the bids under advisement and make a decision at a future meeting.
In other business, the board unanimously approved waiving the sewer tap fee for the Woodlands Senior Center.
The fee, which was already paid, was $500.
“I think a token of $500 is a small portion for what you do in the community,” said Board Member Walt Crowder.
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