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Engineering firm to assist city with quarry tasks

By Messenger Staff | Published Saturday, April 5, 2014

It took only about a half-hour for the Chico City Council to take care of business Tuesday.

The council approved a $5,000 task order agreement with KSA Engineering for work related to the city’s agreement with P&K Stone, which will build a limestone quarry just outside the city limits. The engineering firm will perform tasks such as groundwater analysis, Chico Mayor J.D. Clark said.

In other business, the council reappointed all members of the city’s Economic Development Board. Clark, Ed Cowley, Cyd Bailey and Tammy Sosa were appointed to two-year terms, and Sue Manning, Larry Mader and Paul McLemore were named to one-year terms.

The council also canceled the May 10 election since none of the candidates were opposed and declared April as National Safe Digging Month.

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