Minutes after a 5 p.m. deadline, the Woodstock Town Board on Wednesday, March 7, opened bids from contractors for the proposed renovation of Town Hall. Although the process is far from complete — in the weeks ahead the board must confirm that the bids comply with the project’s specifications and other guidelines — it appeared that the total bid may fall within the $1.45 million bonding limit authorized by voters in a 2007 referendum.
The town received 39 bids for five contracting elements: general construction; plumbing, electrical, and mechanical work; and the drilling of wells for a geothermal heating . . .
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