City seeking grants for five street improvements
Rubber is on the agenda in Lindsay as the staff is seeking authorization from the council for a CalRecycle grant to improve five streets.
These improvements would come in the form of a rubberized pavement treatments. The project would total $554,00.
The five streets are Mirage Avenue from Hermosa Street to Tulare Road, Gale Hill Avenue from Hermosa to Tulare Road, Hermosa Street from Elmwood Avenue to Harvard Avenue, Alameda Street from East Bond Way to Orange Avenue and Orange Avenue from Tulare Road to Alameda Street. The grant would total $129,500 and the remaining $424,500 would come from a city match. If approved the project would use a total of 3,700 tons of rubberized pavement and would begin during the fiscal year 2013-2014.
The council will also consider:
-A public hearing on the final grantee performance report on the 2005 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) California Citrus Pulp, Inc, (CCPI) Pipeline project and the final grantee performance report on the 20090 CDBG Micro Business Assistance Loan Program.
-Authorizing the acceptance of a grant deed for Well 15.
The Lindsay City Council is scheduled to meet at 6 p.m. Tuesday in the Council Chambers at City Hall, 251 E. Honolulu St., Lindsay.