Bainbridge council OKs road restriping contract

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Work will begin soon to restripe streets in and around downtown Winslow.

The Bainbridge Island City Council approved a 2014 contract with Stripe Right Inc. this week.

After the city received a total of three bids, the Sumner-based company was ultimately recommended for the contract.

Public Works Director Barry Loveless said the project will result in the striping of approximately 80 miles of Bainbridge roads.

At Stripe Right’s submitted bid, the project is expected to cost $104,235, and the work will be done on both urban and residential roads.

The restriping effort will also have to include traffic controls and abide by state road standards.

Additional streets, mostly non-essential and residential roadways, may be added to the current list to be painted at an estimated cost of $14,725.

The city engineer’s estimate for the project was $105,000 to $128,000.

The two other companies that submitted bids were Specialized Pavement Marking, with a base bid of $122,221, and Apply-a-line, with a base bid of $118,766.


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