City to begin work on potholes around Breckenridge
At the Breckenridge City Commissioners meeting on Jan. 2, the commissioners passed an item that would allow up to $50,000 to be spent on remedying the potholes around Breckenridge.
The city is getting the $50,000 from their budget for street maintenance, which comes from a quarter-cent sales tax.
City Manager Andy McCuistion said the limit will be $50,000 as if it goes over that, the city would have to formally bid it out. Electing to keep it under $50,000 and bid it informally, the city has already begun making calls out to companies. They will be partnering with Raydon, who McCuistion said the city has worked with in the past.
For the full story, check out our Jan. 16 edition of the Breckenridge American.