Officials have taken another step toward widening and improving West Second Street.
Seymour Board of Public Works and Safety approved agreements Thursday with GAI Consultants of Indianapolis for services related to engineering and acquisition of right-of-way for the $3.4 million project.
“These agreements allow them to start the process of surveying the properties to find out where boundary lines and utilities are located and ultimately in acquiring those easements,” Mayor Craig Luedeman said.
In 2010, the city hired GAI to design the improvements, which will include the addition of drainage, curbs, sidewalks, gutters and a storm sewer. That contract was for $375,000.
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