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File #: 21-0104    Version: 1 Name: Pan-Oceanic Engineering Co. Inc., Chicago, Illinois
Type: Disbursement Status: Approved
File created: 12/28/2020 In control: FPD Board of Commissioners
On agenda: 1/26/2021 Final action: 1/26/2021
Title: PROPOSED DISBURSEMENT Department(s): Department of Planning and Development Action: Authorization to disburse a payment Payee: Pan-Oceanic Engineering Co. Inc., Chicago, Illinois Good(s) or Service(s): Sand Ridge Campus Landscape Improvements Fiscal Impact: $268,179.48 Accounts: Bond Account 51027.560060; Grant Account 51010.560060 Contract Number(s): Contract #74000008005 issued under Project #20-80-30 District(s): 4 Summary: Sand Ridge Campus Landscape Improvements include constructing new fishing outcroppings at Green Lake, including one accessible node; new asphalt path connections to the Burnham Greenway Trail; new gravel trail to connect Camp Shabbona to a nature center trail; fence repair and gate installation; and other related work as specified in the plans and specifications. The project is partly funded by a grant from the Illinois Department of Natural Resources.
Indexes: ARNOLD RANDALL, General Superintendent

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PROPOSED DISBURSEMENT

 

Department(s):  Department of Planning and Development 

 

Action:   Authorization to disburse a payment 

 

Payee:   Pan-Oceanic Engineering Co. Inc., Chicago, Illinois 

 

Good(s) or Service(s):  Sand Ridge Campus Landscape Improvements 

 

Fiscal Impact:  $268,179.48

 

Accounts:  Bond Account 51027.560060; Grant Account 51010.560060 

 

Contract Number(s):  Contract #74000008005 issued under Project #20-80-30

 

District(s):  4  

 

Summary:  Sand Ridge Campus Landscape Improvements include constructing new fishing outcroppings at Green Lake, including one accessible node; new asphalt path connections to the Burnham Greenway Trail; new gravel trail to connect Camp Shabbona to a nature center trail; fence repair and gate installation; and other related work as specified in the plans and specifications. The project is partly funded by a grant from the Illinois Department of Natural Resources. 

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