The Duluth City Council approved a contract for the city’s 2014 Local Maintenance and Improvement Grant, targeting about 10 miles of roadways that will be patched or resurfaced.
The Council selected C.W. Matthews Contracting Company out of six bidders during its April 14 meeting. The contract is for a little more than $800,000, according to meeting minutes posted on the city’s website.
The work is being funded by the motor fuel tax, with a 30 percent match from SPLOST dollars. C.W. Matthews will have 120 days to complete the project once work has begun.
Click here for the list of roadways that will receive repair.