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Lower Macungie community center bids awarded

LOWER MACUNGIE TWP., Pa. - Lower Macungie Township's board of commissioners approved various bids for the community center expansion project during Thursday night's meeting.

The project features bids from four separate companies. The general construction portion of the project was awarded to ECI in the amount of just over $3.7 million. The HVAC deal bid went to JBM Mechanical in the amount of $547,000 and the plumbing deal was awarded to DeWalt Plumbing for $323,000. Finally, the electric construction was awarded to Diefenderfer Electric in the amount of $549,500. The total construction cost for the project is more than $5.15 million.

The project's construction is scheduled to begin on November 1 with final completion set for December 1, 2018.

In other news, during a public comment session, township resident Michael Sigel told commissioners that gang activity was occurring in the township. He said the gangs were using graffiti on bridges "on either side of the township" which were used to mark the township as their territory in a code other gangs would understand. In response, Commissioner Ronald W. Beitler said that he "didn't want it out there" that there was gang activity in the township without verification from the police. Township Manager Bruce Fosselman said the township would "follow up with the State Police" on the alleged activity.


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