The Manchester City Council has approved plans for a utility improvement project in downtown Manchester. The City is working with Community Savings Bank as they make plans to construct a new bank building on the same block the current banks sits. The project includes upgrading the water main and relocating sanitary sewer. Tschiggfrie Excavating was awarded the project with a low bid of about 208-thousand dollars. No one spoke for or against the project during Monday night’s public hearing.
In other Manchester City Council news…
The Council approved a development agreement with Jason Putz of Physical Therapy Solutions. It’s for the development of a 9,900 square foot commercial office building on South 11th Street in Manchester.
And the City Council approved a proposal to remove three underground storage tanks at the former Smitty’s property on West Main Street. The low bidder was EB Solutions and Mark Fink, with a combined quote of about 94-hundred dollars.
We’ll bring you more details on these stories in upcoming newscasts on KMCH.