Sykesville awards contracts for 2 public works projects

August 19, 1998

Sykesville has awarded contracts for two public works projects that will begin within the next month.

The town will pay $71,000 to Bosley Inc., a Reisterstown contractor, to repave Second Avenue.

Melvin Benhoff & Sons, a county-based company, will construct a 4-foot-wide asphalt path along the perimeter of Burkett Park, making the 7-acre site near Norris Avenue accessible to the disabled and more comfortable for joggers and strollers.

Cost of the park project is about $17,000 and will be paid for through a Program Open Space grant, which will also allow for the purchase of several trees to be planted this fall.

Fire

Gamber: Firefighters responded at 6: 11 p.m. Monday to a fire call in the 4200 block of London Bridge Road. Units were out seven minutes.

Pub Date: 8/19/98

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