Glen Walbridge

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Glen Walbridge - boat an Brind. Obtained Oh- Garbage Contract...
boat an Brind. Obtained Oh- Garbage Contract Glen C. Walbridge, 722 E. 29th St., owner of the Refuse Company, successful bidder before the Board of Vorks on Anderson's garbage collection contract for the next ive years, notified L. E. Eggman, chairman of the board, hat he has negotiated for surety bond to fulfill the obligation, paving the way for the board to sign a formal agreement he work. City Attorney Jack B. Campell Campell states that he will prepare \ a formal contract for Wal-i bridge's firm under Ihe bid heifi 1 ubmitted, in readiness for sign- Ul U D D C 11^ n g a t a conference this week o f 1 1 . he bidder and board. Next step n the program will be presenta- ion of the garbage contract be- ore the City Council for final approval before it is effective.' Mr. Walbridge said today that e has obtained surety bond in the sum of $159,970 'annually, covering the local work, from the Peerless Company, Keene, N. H., through an Indianapolis firm. Mr. Walbridge said today that considerable effort was required required in securing the surety bond, with inquiries made with financial concerns in various parts of the country, and that he has the signed agreement from the New Hampshire firm for coverage of his contract. Next step by Mr. Walbridge will be to obtain full coverage insurance, including liability, workmen's compensation and j other protection, for which he is closing negotiations. With the surety and perfom- ance bond assured, Walbridge plans to proceed with other steps thei for startin g wrk by Feb. 11 Communist that (The contract calls for two col lections of garbage and refuse weekly in the residential are; Bid On Bridges Members of the Madison County Board of Commissioners Commissioners at a meeting this forenoon received bids on two new Bridges and gave study to proposals for splitting voting precincts that are regarded as oversized. It was decided to defer until after the 1958 election any action action on splitting- Precincts 7 3, Anderson Twp., which had been proposed because each unit has over 1,000 voters. Commissioners Clifton Paddock and John Hersberger today voted postpone any action on dividinj the two precincts this year. Favorable action was taken on dividing a precinct in land Twp. Bids were taekn on construe tion of two county bridges. ert E. Carter, Elwood, submit te*d the only bid on a bridge over Bill's Creek, near Alex and a collection daily in the business section. Walbridge is negotiating for seven new-type covered garbage hauling trucks and will make a purchase as soon as his contract with the Board of Works is signed and approved by the Board and Council. Walbridge says that he has conferred with deter-!Freeland Armstrong of the City will'Collection Service,, holders of attending first the present' contract, for rental of his hauling trucks until new vehicles are received. Walbridge plans to house his trucks at 1814 Jackson St. tem- ts'porarily. andria, e s t i m a t e S18.000. Bidders on a 50-foot bridge over Sugar Creek on the son-Hancock County Line Rd. near Markleville. estimated t( cost around $25,000 were as lows; Quona, Inc., Indianapolis Vernon and Waugh, Cicero Riggs Equipment Co., Ander son: McKeand and Johnson, dianaaolis: .Stover Excavatin Co.. Dunkirk. The proposal? were taken under advisement. Countv En gineer Harold Smith, Countv Attorney William Byer, Count} Auditor Jesse Biddie and

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  1. Anderson Daily Bulletin,
  2. 27 Jan 1958, Mon,
  3. Page 1

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