Council to bid grant contracts

Posted: Tuesday, Jan 27, 2015 11:00 pm

Council to bid grant contracts

By Tracy Overstreet
tracy.overstreet@theindependent.com

theindependent.com

The Grand Island City Council gave authorisation Tuesday night for a city’s Police and Fire Pension Committees to publicize for new managers of a grant plans.


“It’s been 10 years,” given a city final supposed bid proposals for a grant government service, pronounced Police Pension Committee Chairman Mike Nelson. “It’s due.”

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