Only two companies offered bids for the project and the Robert Henry Corp. was low bidder at $268,300 for all five segments. The commission decided to move forward with 3 of the five segments, segment that include the two block on the east side of Michigan Street along with some on Garro and Adams Street, segment B which is the north and south side of LaPorte Street west of Michigan Street and to have all the sidewalks cleaned and sprayed with a water repellant. The final cost should be $239,900. The Redevelopment Commission decided to wait on 10 news trash and 5 recycling fixtures and the re-lamping of the street lights.
Plymouth Clerk Treasurer Jeanine Xaver told members that TIF #2 has estimated annual revenues of $358,000 and an annual bond payment for River Park Square of $130,000.
The commission also ratified the contract with Brent Martin for the brick paver project. The scope of the project design grew from $2,500 to $3,375.