Sulphur Springs City Manager Marc Mawell reported to the city council Tuesday night:
STREETS, WATER AND SEWER – The Rockdale Road reconstruction project is underway. Westbrook Concrete Contractors is forming and pouring the concrete street one segment at a time. Water utilities have been replaced. This project will finish Rockdale Road on the north side of Interstate 30.
Plano Street is underway. This $268,000 project is a complete reconstruction of Plano Street from Texas Street westward to the cul-de-sac. It includes new water main, new sewer main and a new street. The sewer main has been replaced. The new water main is 50% complete.
Bill Bradford Road is on-deck. At an estimated cost of $1.4 million, this is a major project. It will include a new water main, a new sewer main, drainage improvements and a new asphalt street. Expect to award bids for materials at the next City Council meeting in January.
CLAIMS – We have one workers’ compensation claim for an alleged back injury.
We had two claims submitted for damages allegedly caused by potholes. Both claims were denied.
POLICE DEPARTMENT REMODEL – Reconstruction is going on now. Sheetrock work is underway.
REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES – Finance Director, Peter Karstens will NOT present a year-end summary of revenues and expenditures since the month just ended yesterday and the numbers are not compiled yet.