Two new setbacks for Grayson Highlands School — the county didn't receive enough bids for building turning lanes and the opportunity has passed for Grayson to take advantage of a VDOT revenue-sharing program.
By Landmark News Service
Monday, June 21, 2010 at 11:24 pm
INDEPENDENCE — The Grayson County School System will try again to obtain bids to construct two turning lanes at the new Grayson Highlands School in the Grant community.
A bid opening was held June 8 at the new school, but only two bids were received.
Chad Newman, director of personnel and operations, said the bids — one from a local contractor and the second from a Wytheville contractor — were not opened because the school system had to have a minimum of three bids.
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