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Grand Island Mayor Roger Steele and Teresa Anderson, director of the Central District Health Department will not be presenting updates on local Covid-19 on Thursday, May 28, 2020. In the future we will send out notices in advance of broadcasts when they will be scheduled.

 

Pavement Condition Survey

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The City is required to assess roadway pavement every three (3) years, at a minimum.  Such assessment is used to determine roadways that become part of the annual maintenance project, as well as roadways that require more substantial work or rebuild.  This information is also used for the City’s annual audit and for GASB 34 (GASB 34 provides a comprehensive framework for financial reporting with the objective of making annual reports easier to understand and more useful to the people who rely upon the financial condition contained therein.) The most significant aspect of Statement 34 was that for the first time general infrastructure assets (such as roads, bridges and dams) were to be reported together with related depreciation or preservation costs.

 On January 22, 2019, via Resolution No. 2019-34, City Council awarded an agreement to Engineering and Research International, Inc. of Savoy, Illinois in the amount of $154,542.55 to perform pavement management services within the City.