The Board of Education on Thursday night voted to award the low bid of 1.32 million to Strack Incorporated contingent upon the school system getting all easements necessary for the project, something that has been an issue.
“As we stand here right now, we do not have all those easements in our pocket,” said Tom Roach, board attorney.
If the work starts when expected, it should be finished by the time students return to school in the fall.
“It’s important to get this done,” Vice Chairwoman Janet Read said.
There were five bids submitted for the project, which ranged in price from the high bid of $1.83 million to Strack Incorporated’s low bid.