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May 29 2012
City Approves First Library Construction Contract PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 29 May 2012

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            The first actual construction contract for the new Kodiak Public Library was passed by the Kodiak City Council, meaning site work should begin soon.

            The contract, to Cornerstone Construction of Anchorage, is, according to City Manager Aimee Kniaziowski, for just over $1-million.

 

-- (Library Contract 1            22 sec              "And that would include site ... the foundation work.")

 

            Kniaziowski said the project manager was already working on that next portion of the phased-in project, trying to clear up confusion over the actual cost:

 

-- (Library Contract 2            38 sec              "Because there had been one ... phase to you in June.")

 

            Patty Holmes of the Kodiak Public Library Association thanked the city council for its continued support of the project:

 

-- (Library Contract 3            34 sec              "Your approval tonight will ... thank you for your support.")

 

            The new library is projected to cost $13.6-million, with more than half of that coming from the state. A community fundraising campaign is about two-thirds to its goal of $750,000.

 

 

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