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Jan 18 2010
Transportation Feasibility Study Moving Forward Soon PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 18 January 2010

 

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            The Kodiak Island Borough Assembly is moving forward on an island-wide transportation feasibility study.

            A consulting firm has been selected from a group of candidates that submitted proposals. At last week's assembly work session, borough Manager Rick Gifford announced the name of the company that was selected to carry out the study.

--          (Transportation 1           "The MacDowell ...done similar projects. ")

 

            Once the assembly approves a contract, the firm is expected to jump into the study immediately.

 

            (Transportation 2                                    "And the first ... study for us.")

 

            Gifford explained the background of the transportation feasibility study.

 

--          (Transportation 3                                     "4 or 5 years...what started it.")

 

            The contract with the MacDowell group is for 199,000 dollars, all of which will be paid for with grant funding.

 

--          (Transportation 4                                  "We were able ... that might be.")

 

            The assembly is expected to approve that contract this Thursday at their regular meeting.

 
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