News - April 11, 2012 Edition
At the April 3rd South Dundas council meeting, manager of Public Works Hugh Garlough updated council on the status of Williamsburg’s standby generator.
Garlough recommended that council “award the contract for the Williamsburg sewer standby generator to Industrial Electrical Contractors Ltd for a price of $58,197.04 plus HST and authorize and direct pay $4,111 plus HST to Union Gas for the supply of natural gas.”
According to Garlough, the generator will be paid for with funds from capital outlay as well as from the Williamsburg Sewer Reserve Fund.
As for a time frame, Garlough said, “in the next four months, hopefully.”
“I think it’s very good,” said councillor Archie Mellan. “I’m glad to see it done.”
And, with a nod to Garlough, he added, “well done.”
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