COLUMBUS, Ind. — Columbus and the Indiana Department of Transportation are ready to transform Fourth Street into a ritzy stretch of the downtown experience.
That means concrete paving bricks to make up the street. Curb-free sidewalks. Energy efficient lighting. Gates to block car traffic for festivals.
Even potted plants.
Rieth-Riley, of Goshen, emerged as the lowest of four bidders Wednesday when it offered to perform the project for about $1.78 million. The state transportation department will consider price, reputability and proposal details before awarding a contract in time for the Columbus Redevelopment Commission to ratify its 20-percent portion of the total on Monday.
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