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Hurley board approves bid for expansion project


February 7, 2019

Bryan Hellios/Daily Globe

The Hurley School Board discusses bids for a school expansion Wednesday. Among those participating in the discussion include, from left, board member Rick Swartz, board president Joe Simonich, interim superintendent Kevin Genisot, Superintendent Chris Patritto, board members Darryl Mattson and Maria Sokol.

By Bryan Hellios

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HURLEY - The Hurley School Board met Wednesday morning to open and review sealed bids from Angelo Luppino Inc. and Nasi Construction LLC for an expansion project to the Northwoods Manufacturing facilities in the Hurley school.

Angelo Luppino's bid of $1,212,149 came in 13,071 lower than Nasi Construction's. After a short discussion by the board Angelo Luppino Inc. was awarded the contract by unanimous decision.

School board president Joe Simonich said both bids were "right within the ballpark" and he is happy to be able to see this project move f...

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