Woodstock officials to vet Town Hall bids

Following last week’s receipt of contractors’ bids on the proposed renovation of Town Hall, Woodstock supervisor Jeremy Wilber and councilman Bill McKenna, along with the project’s architect and engineer, plan to evaluate the low bids in a March 15 meeting with representatives of the companies that submitted them.

The purpose of the meeting is to review the background, qualifications, and references of the low bidders, who separately are seeking contracts for five elements of construction: general construction; mechanical, electrical, and plumbing work . . .


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