Plymouth City Attorney Sean Surrisi presented members of the Board of Public Works and Safety with an agreement for grant administration and Labor Standard Services with Priority Project Resources, Inc. during their meeting last week.  Shannon McLeod will be working with the city to administer the grant funds from OCRA. 

This grant is for River Park Square phase II project and part of the Crossroads Stellar application.  It’s anticipated it will go to bid shortly. 

The Board of Works approved the agreement with Priority Project for grant administration.

The second request presented by the City Attorney was a request for pre-payment for right-of-way acquisition of property for the Hoham Drive improvement project.  He said this is the final two payments for acquisition needed for the project.  Surrisi said his request is in advance of the Redevelopment Commission’s approval.  The Commissioner is meeting Tuesday, Nov. 16th and will consider.    The Board approved the request. 

The final business the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety considered was a work in the right-of-way request by Surf Broadband for fiber installation.  Chris Marshall from the city’s engineering department the request is for final installation of Phase Seven between South Michigan Street and Oak Hill Avenue and Phase Eleven in the area of Oak Drive and Lake Avenue

The financial guarantee is $20,000 per phase.   The Board Approved the request to work in the city’s right-of-way.