Wednesday, August 17, 2022 / by Cj Hays
The project will cost the city $477,847.95. Council members passed the motion to pay the bill with the consent agenda Monday, Aug. 15.
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Crews will remove the 2×10 boarding and replace the decking with pressure-treated 2X10s with stainless steel hurricane clips and nails. 2X6 wear boards will be installed along the boardwalk as well with stainless steel screws.
Improvements made by Anderson/Gore homes will begin shortly. The city has already installed similar hardware and boardwalk pieces at beach parks and bay areas. A contract with Anderon/Gore for boardwalk repairs is dated from 2022 to 2025.
Funds for the improvement are made available with the Tourism Development Council tax 2022 budget.