GUILFORD – After soliciting engineering proposals last month, the Guilford town board has accepted a plan from Keystone Associates, LLC, to develop the town hall and highway garage project, officials confirmed Wednesday.
In December, the board voted to review three new proposals after voters approved the $1.65 million project budget, board and building committee member Bruce Winsor said.
“We felt it would best serve the taxpayers to do this,” said Winsor, referring to opening-up proposals. “We wanted to go back and re-examine with the different firms and see what we could come up with.”
At a special meeting of the town board Saturday, members voted to accept Keystone, of Binghamton, which offered the least expensive plan at $140,000. In all, the board reviewed proposals from three different firms.