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Ridgewood Council to consider bid on Graydon Pool ramp

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Ridgewood Council to consider bid on Graydon Pool ramp
Wednesday February 13, 2013, 11:01 AM
BY  DARIUS AMOS
STAFF WRITER
The Ridgewood News

The Ridgewood Council is expected to award a bid for the construction of a new ADA-compliant ramp at Graydon Pool.

According to Village Manager Ken Gabbert, the lowest responsible bid came in at approximately $48,000. At last Wednesday’s work session meeting, the manager reported that 12 bids were received.

Ridgewood previously received a Community Development Block Grant to offset $55,000 of the ramp’s cost. The village also appropriated $40,000 of its own money to fund the remainder of the project after Ridgewood staff estimated that the final cost of the project might exceed $90,000.

https://www.northjersey.com/news/191028191_Ridgewood_Council_to_consider_bid_on_Graydon_Pool_ramp.html

4 thoughts on “Ridgewood Council to consider bid on Graydon Pool ramp

  1. Waste of taxpayer money.

    1. Waste of money??
      So what.
      We’re Rich…and stupid.

      Don’t be such a hater of the disabled… ha

  2. They couldn’t make out in a go go bar with a fist full of dollars and that would be taxpayers dollars

  3. It will be interesting to see if Trenton signs off on all that concrete in the middle of a designated flood retention area. My guess is 50/50 at best.

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