WAYNE – Wayne County will see their second Pictometry flight in three years following a discussion from the regularly scheduled Wayne County Board of Commissioners meeting Tuesday morning.
From the Wayne County Courthouse meeting room, Brian Kesting with the City of Wayne and Dawn Duffy, County Assessor updated the commissioners about a 2018 Pictometry flight.
Recently the Wayne City Council, approved the funding of up to $10,000 during their next budget year. The City of Wayne’s fiscal year beings in October.
The total cost for the second contracted flight is $64,877.50.
Kesting is hoping to get neighboring counties on board, which would reduce the cost. Also, the Pictometry Flight could be scheduled in March of 2018 or in the Fall of 2018. The flight will not take place with leaves on trees, according to Kesting.
After three weeks since the last meeting, Contech was awarded the bid to construct C-90 (645) and C-87 (150) for both Wayne and Thurston County.
Highway Superintendent, Mark Casey mentioned that a member of Mainelli Wagner & Associates and/or someone from Wayne and Thurston County visit Contech’s plant to check the pipes to ensure there are no problems. Contech would cover the extra inspection costs.
The Wayne County Courthouse is already scheduled to be closed for the holiday on Tuesday, July 4. Commissioners will also take Monday, July 3 off for county employees and switch out a half-day on Christmas Eve (Sunday, December 24) and a half-day during fair week (Friday, July 29).
Five companies sent in a total of seven bids for a bottom dump gravel trailer in District 1 (Randy Larson). The current trailer has a rust issue.
All bids received were net bids and Larson was going to compare numbers with additional costs.
Companies included Boyer Ridge Manufacturing from Early, IA, Iowa Trailers Manufacturing (ITC) from Storm Lake, IA, RDO Truck Center with service location in Lincoln, NMC Cat in Norfolk and Northern Truck Equipment Company from Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
The bid will be awarded at the next regularly scheduled Board of Commissioners meeting on Tuesday, June 20.