NEW CASTLE — Commissioners have amended the deal with Arnold Blashak to have him complete exterior and painting work for the Lawrence County Courthouse.
Commissioner Loretta Spielvogel mentioned the deal for the venture was approved in July 2018 by the past board of commissioners and was to be concluded in two a long time.
Having said that, because of to the COVID-19 pandemic, that operate had to be delayed.
Beneath the amended agreement, the county will pay out $59,356.53 to have Arnold Blashak finish all remaining do the job by Oct. 31.
The remaining work features: ability washing and painting the exterior courthouse repair, sand, scrape, seal, and caulk the wooden trim along the roof recaulk the window sills replace previous downspouts use drinking water repellent to bases, pillars, and capitals on the front porch of the courthouse scrape, seal, and paint the foundation stone around the courthouse clean metal grates over the basement home windows seal and paint all brickwork in the basement window pits and remount two porch lamps to each and every side of the courthouse most important entrance.
Commissioner Morgan Boyd said funding for the amended arrangement will come from the county’s funds accounts.
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