Hurley council hit with added $7,000 for County D project



HURLEY — With a March 30 date for letting bids not far off, the Hurley City Council decided this week to spend $7,000 more to advance the County D road extension than was previously planned.

On Wednesday, Jeff Seamandel, of MSA Professional Services, told council members that the Union Pacific Railroad was asking $10,000 for easements on two parcels needed for the County D project.

Mayor Joe Pinardi said a parcel from another railroad company was obtained for $1,500, so $3,000 was included in the project budget for the other two parcels.

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