$13 million contract before city for landfill fix
May 5th, 2014 - 5:56am
(Port Angeles) – The Port Angeles city council this week takes up a multimillion dollar contract to fix a slumping bluff that threatens to spill garbage into the Strait of Juan de Fuca.
Tomorrow night, the council will vote on a 13-million dollar contract with Magnus Pacific of Everett to remove nearly 400-thousand cubic yards of garbage. The contract also calls for work to a seawall to prevent more erosion in the area.
Magnus was the low bidder of five companies submitting bids.
The city estimates the entire project will cost about 19-million dollars.
It will use revenue bonds based on the nearby regional transfer station to pay for the most of the project.
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