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Denver government to consider extending asbestos contracts

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By Hoodline - Published on August 02, 2019.

Trying to keep up with your city government? Hoodline’s here to help with this preview of the Aug. 5 Denver City Council meeting, featuring the items that are on tap for discussion and voting. 

Headlining the forthcoming agenda is a resolution to extend a contract with JKS Industries LLC for asbestos abatement services for six months with no change to the contract amount.

The City Council is also scheduled to consider a resolution that would declare the intent of the City and County of Denver to use its best efforts to issue housing revenue bonds or mortgage credit certificates to provide financing of residential facilities for low- and middle-income families or persons.

Other agenda items include:

  • A resolution to add $286,002 to a contract with Bayaud Enterprises Inc. for same-day work experience services to homeless individuals for a new total of $1,413,731.
  • A resolution that would add two years to a contract with Tait Environmental Services Inc. for on-call petroleum storage tank management services.
  • A resolution to add one year and $2 million to a contract with Wood Environment & Infrastructure Solutions Inc., f/k/a AMEC Foster Wheeler Environment & Infrastructure Inc. for on-call professional engineering services, for a new total of $6 million.

Want to attend and make your voice heard? The meeting will take place at the Council Chambers and begins at 5:30 p.m.


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