Lockport Union-Sun & Journal — Lockport Town Board officials awarded a pair of contracts at its regular meeting Wednesday night.
The board awarded a contract for a television review and flushing of the Tonawanda Creek Road sewer to Sewer Specialty Services of Leicester for $116,600, which was lowest of nine bids the town received.
Town Engineer Robert D. Klavoon said earlier this week that the price came in low enough that the town has $122,000 left in the budget that can be used to televise and flush another sewer line or fix another lift station.
Also awarded Wednesday was a $13,360 contract with Maturano Recreation of Sea Girt, N.J., to supply four sets of five-row metal bleachers to be installed at the soccer fields in Day Road Park. Money for the bleachers came from a Niagara River Greenway grant approved by the Host Communities Standing Committee.
Also on Wednesday, the board approved the purchase of a commercial lawn mower from Bentley Bros. of Albion for $9,970.
An agreement was made with the state Department of Transportation for the DOT to repair any problems that its crews encounter with manholes and water valves as its installs new sidewalks along both sides of Robinson Road later this year.