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Jul 11, 2014

Woonsocket


On June 3rd, 2014 the Public Works Department awarded a bid to sell approximately 14.53 tons of structural steel from a former road and bridge project.  The structural steel had been abandoned at the train depot for many years and the city was requested to have it removed.  The removal of this surplus steel generated $2615.40 to the city’s general fund and addressed a long standing problem. Full Circle Recycling, located in Johnston, was the highest bidder at .09 per pound. 

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Posted by: Craig

Structural Steel

 On June 3rd, 2014 the Public Works Department awarded a bid to sell approximately 14.53 tons of structural steel from a former road and bridge project.  The structural steel had been abandoned at the train depot for many years and the city was requested to have it removed.  The removal of this surplus steel generated $2615.40 to the city’s general fund and addressed a long standing problem. Full Circle Recycling, located in Johnston, was the highest bidder at .09 per pound.   

 “When I chose Steven D’Agostino as my Director of Public Works I expected him to be hands on and address issues both large and small and that is what he is accomplishing on a daily basis,” stated Mayor Baldelli-Hunt.

 “The Mayor gave me the task of resolving this long-standing eye-sore and I was pleased with the positive outcome,” indicated Director D’Agostino