HARLINGEN — A project to pave 10 streets has come in under budget.
Today, city commissioners will consider awarding a contract to Harlingen-based Clore Construction, the low bidder proposing project costs of $1.26 million, City Engineer Javier Zamora said yesterday.
Officials, who will dip into the city’s $43 million general fund budget to pay for the project, had estimated the costs at $1.4 million.
The project would pave Brennaman Street from Stuart Place to Crockett roads while 54th Street will be paved from FM 106 to the city’s public works station’s driveway.
Crews will pave Washington Palm Drive from Altas Palmas and Beckham roads and Palmetto Drive from Queen Sago to Washington Palm roads.
Bourbon Street will be paved from New Hampshire to Scotch streets while Arroyo Vista Court will be paved from New Hampshire to the cul-de-sac.
Crews will pave Scotch Street from Hale Drive to Los Arroyos Court and Los Arroyos Court from one cul-de-sac to the other cul-de-sac.
Bowie Avenue will be paved from Seventh Street to Business 77 while Crockett Avenue will be paved from Seventh Street to Business 77.