The Austell City Council approved on Oct. 7 the expenditure of $103,550 for three paving projects.
PKS Paving Concrete and Construction was the low bidder for two projects that involve milling and paving of two streets.
PKS will be paid $49,800 for the Austell Avenue project and $39,900 for the Center Street project.
Funding will come from the Local Maintenance Improvement Grant funds.
For $13,850, Worsham Contracting, Inc. will install walkways - that meet the requirements of the American Disabilities Act - at the city’s Threadmill Complex, 5000 Austell-Powder Springs Road.
Funding will come from the Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax.
In other business, Mayor Ollie Clemons announced the city will spend $35,000 to replace Windows 7 with Windows 10 that already has been budgeted.
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