The Duluth City Council recently approved a $1.3 million contract for asphalt, milling, patching and resurfacing of city streets. The project is funded using a Local Improvement Maintenance Grant provided through the Georgia Department of Transportation using funds collected by the motor fuel tax.
The city received four base bids with alternates for the work. Following a review and analysis of each bid, one bidder failed to provide all required documentation. C.W. Matthews Contracting Company, Inc. was the lowest of the remaining three bids and will receive the contract.
This amount will fund the base bid of seven streets and add up to six alternate streets. Total funds will come from LMIG, 2014 and 2017 SPLOST.