For $814,817, nearly 20 projects will be funded by the Powder Springs City Council. (Courtesy of Powder Springs)

Powder Springs approves $815K for 16 projects

For $814,817, there will be 16 projects receiving funds by the Powder Springs City Council due to a recent vote.

They include (high to low):

  • $230,000 to information technology provider VC3 from July 1 to June 30, 2021.
  • $85,600 to Croy Engineering for design and engineering services for the Brownsville Road Streetscape Project from the 2016 Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax (SPLOST).
  • $67,600 to Croy Engineering for design and engineering services for the Florence Road Intersection Improvement Project from the 2016 SPLOST.
  • $51,505 to Croy Engineering for design and engineering services at Powder Springs Park with funding from the 2016 SPLOST.
  • $50,000 to renew this now third annual contract with Watt Commercial Sweeping, Inc. for street sweeping services on certain city roads at least every other month and as needed and to authorize Mayor Al Thurman to renew the contract.
  • $47,580 to Croy Engineering to assist with the city’s stormwater and MS4 program management.
  • $45,000 to financial services provider Camburn from July 1 to June 30, 2021.
  • $45,000 to public information and communication services provider Gargis Consulting from July 1 to June 30, 2021.
  • $44,250 to Croy Engineering for design and engineering services for the Sailors Parkway Intersection Improvement Project from the 2016 SPLOST.
  • $31,452 to Ardito Construction Co., Inc. for driveway repairs at the senior center.
  • $30,000 to downtown economic development provider Ann Arnold from July 1 to June 30, 2021.
  • $25,000 to event professional services provider Sherry Garner from July 1 to June 30, 2021.
  • $25,000 to annexation services with Alliance Strategies from July 1 to June 30, 2021.
  • $14,330 to BSN Sports for crowd barricade fencing for the downtown park.
  • $11,600 to the Cobb County Water System for the sewer tap fee on the sewer line installed in the Flint Hill and Pinegrove Road Transportation Project.
  • $10,900 to All HVAC Services LLC to replace heating, ventilation and air conditioning units and thermostats in the city’s Community Development building.

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