Present were Arnold Knox, Director of Streets; Jim Bodenhamer, Susan Stockton and Jennifer Baker, Committee members.
Arnie began the meeting with a review of the Street Report for May 2021. New asphalt has been put down at Gentry Street which will complete that rebuild project. He said the total cost to Gentry Street is $219,930.52. Another project that has been completed is the combined Market and Thorn Streets Rebuild project, totaling $429,033.57. The crew that had been working at Medical Plaza has returned to Burnett Drive to continue that rebuild project ending at Buttercup. Currently, they are working just past Beard Street. The total cost to Burnett Drive as of May 31 is $386,386.48. Arnie expects Burnett to be completed by the fall. Medical Plaza is the third rebuild project to be completed in May with a total cost of $347,397.99.
Fill is continuing to be hauled to the new Fire Department location. Besides the Street and Water Departments hauling fill to the site, White River Materials and Mountain Home Concrete are hauling fill in. Arnie reported this is coming along well and waiting for the Water Department to run their sewer line across the property.
Spring Street is undergoing a rebuild from Forest Drive to Club Blvd. and was briefly discussed.
A total of $15,994.20 has been spent on Maintenance for the month of May, with that crew getting the streets at Village Green ready for overlays.
The Budget Summary was reviewed, and Arnie said everything looked good.