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City Council approves $1.1 million in purchases

February 23, 2000|By DAN KULIN /Staff Writer

More than $1.1 million in contracts and purchases were approved by the Hagerstown City Council on Tuesday.

The council voted 4-0 to approve the expenditures, which included the purchase of new police cruisers and the installation of a new traffic signal on Eastern Boulevard.

Councilwoman Susan Saum-Wicklein did not attend the meeting.

The expenditures approved included:

- $41,966.50 to Antietam Electrical Contractors Inc. in Keedysville for installation of a new traffic signal at Professional Court and Eastern Boulevard.

-$14,040 to Econolite Control Products Inc. in Hanover, Md., for installation of controller and signal head on a new traffic signal at Professional Court and Eastern Boulevard.

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- $2,015 to Signal Design Corp. in Leesburg, Va., for opticom equipment for the new traffic signal at Professional Court and Eastern Boulevard.

- $368,200 to Milton Stamper Construction in Hagerstown for site preparation and construction for Jones and Frederick streets Light Department substations.

- $281,973 to Hamby-Young in Aurora, Ohio, for substation structures, switch gear and accessories, for relocating the City Park substation to Frederick Street and for construction of Jones Street substation at the Fairgrounds property.

- $15,628.50 to Elite Electric & Utility Supply in Charlottesville, Va., for equipment for the City Light Department, which will be held as replacements for switches in the system or for new construction.

- $226,840 to Henson & Son Inc. in Hagerstown for renewal of utility patching contract with the Water Department.

- $107,430 to Kirk Ford Sales Inc. in Hancock for two year 2000 utility trucks with air compressors to replace two other Water Department vehicles.

- $83,952 to Norris Ford in Baltimore to buy four police cars for the Police Department, two marked and two unmarked police cruisers.

- $21,358 to CEI in Timonium, Md., for equipment to improve the Police Department's backup radio communications system.

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