Field turf will need to be replaced in two years
Less than a month after completing a culvert installation on Lindell Avenue, Hannibal Street Department personnel will be undertaking bridge repairs on New London Gravel Road in the southern part of the city.
A number of city administrators paused Wednesday morning to acknowledge the reopening of a portion of Lindell Avenue in Hannibal. The stretch of pavement in the 1500 block of Lindell had been closed for a month so that a failing culvert could be replaced.
The city of Hannibal is leasing office space to a member U.S. Congressman Sam Graves' staff. A 15-month lease agreement was approved during Tuesday night's meeting of the city council.
Typically when a contractor submits a change order the entity responsible for the project winds up paying more. On Tuesday night the Hannibal City Council approved a change order from Bleigh Construction that actually lowers the net cost of the $6.6 million Riverfront Renovation Project by over $20,000.
If Merle Whiteside can line up enough support he hopes the United States will implement a federal holiday honoring the American Indian.
Wednesday, Oct. 2, will be a day devoted to the personal development of students at Hannibal High School.
The future of flood-damaged Clemens Field in Hannibal will soon be up for consideration.
To no one's surprise the estimated completion date of the Hannibal riverfront renovation project is no longer this fall.