White Haven council awarded its borough building addition project to two local companies at its meeting last week.
The lowest bidder for electric work was Larry McCullion and Son of Summit Hill at $24,420, while the lowest bid for plumbing came from Richard Angelo of Hazle Twp. at $17,000, according to Donald Totino, engineer hired by the borough.
Richard Angelo was also the lowest bidder for general contractor work at $179,720. The total cost from the lowest bidders comes just under the $234,000 the borough has to spend. Some of that money was already used to pay for an architect to design the project. The project, which includes a complete renovation of the first floor, will be paid for in part by a $184,000 Local Share Account grant and a $50,000 match from the borough.
The general contract involved alternatives to the base plan because at the time the project