Four bids were opened last week, and they range from around $15.3 million dollars to almost $19.8 million.
Athabasca County has committed $7.25 million to the project, while as it stands, the town is in for $5 million. Both municipalities have agreed to a 60-40 cost split, with the County bearing the majority.
As we understand, the bids are being reviewed to see if they meet all technical and other requirements.
Should all techinical requirements be met, both the town and county will then have to decide if they will go ahead with one of the bids or not.
June 5, 2017 - Victor Kaisar (firstname.lastname@example.org)