Washougal approves contract for 32nd Street improvements
Wallis Engineering to design $1.5 million project
Tuesday, June 12, 2012
A project that is expected to enhance the safety of the intersection of Evergreen Way and 32nd Street has advanced a step further.
The Washougal City Council has approved a $170,412 contract with Wallis Engineering, to provide project management and administration, design development and final design services.
The June 4 vote was 5 to 1, with Dave Shoemaker issuing the "no" vote. Paul Greenlee had an excused absence. Shoemaker said during the council's May 29 workshop he would vote against the agreement because the city's contribution would be from reserves.