NORWICH – The Norwich Common Council has tabled a resolution pertaining to a project that will ultimately revitalize a rundown part of downtown.
Members of the Common Council recently held off on an additional $8,250 for on-site engineering inspection services with the Chazen Companies, a private engineering and planning firm that was contracted by the city for engineering services pertaining to the Heritage Block revitalization project.
In April, Norwich officials approved entering into a contract with the Chazen Companies for engineering services for an amount not to exceed $57,100. The firm is helping the city in redeveloping the Heritage Block parking area which is located between Mechanic Street and Lackawanna Avenue, on the east side of North Broad Street.
The city has received grant support for the project through the Green Innovation Grant Program of the NYS Environmental Facilities Corporation...