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Blue River board moves forward with razing
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Holding its regular meeting on Monday, the Blue River Village Board reviewed bids for the razing of the Darlene Roen building at 101 Exchange Street.
Brad Boettcher of General Engineering presented the bids for the project.
The low bid of $43,000 was submitted by Waunakee's Robinson Brothers Environmental, a firm General Engineering has worked with in the past.
The board voted unanimously to enter into a contract with Robinson Brothers.
Also on Monday, the board also received a report from acting Director of Public Works Dave Conner. He reported no incidents stemming from Autumn Fest.
Conner also informed the board that the Chlorine Pump at well #1 has not been working, even after Conner and the contractor worked on it several times. The replacement for it has been installed.
Also, Conner reported that the lift station pumps have been installed and are working well. He said the electric bill should go down, as the pumps are not running as much as the old ones.
Lastly, the board was reminded of a special board meeting that was to take place on Wednesday, Sept. 7, for the resolution authorizing the issuance of the water system revenue bond.