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Bessemer Council votes to hire advisor for new reservoir


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BESSEMER — Members of the Bessemer City Council voted to approve the hiring of an East Lansing company to serve as advisor in relation to the city’s Phase 3 project on the pending new Bluff Reservoir.

The city agreed to pay Baker Tilly Municipal Advisors LLC its requested fee of $18,600, specifically to address issues in relation to the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund’s bond/loan process.

Company Director Andy Campbell outlined Baker Tilly’s perceived role in a March 11 letter to city representatives.

“As part of the process, we would complete the ra...

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