A citywide path system has been developed for the city of Troy.
The Troy City Council voted 6-1 Monday to approve a bid by Hamilton
Anderson Associates over seven others, according to Carol Anderson,
director of the Troy Parks and Recreation Department.
with company representatives, the price and a sample plan submitted put
Hamilton Anderson ahead of the other bidders, Anderson said.
“We didn’t pick them as much as they scored the highest,” Anderson said in a Tuesday interview.
said a master plan will take up to seven months to finish and help Troy
receive matching funds to build a citywide pathways system. The master
plan will cost $40,997.18, plus reimbursable expenses not to exceed
$4,450, according to the resolution approved.
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