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The British Music Society County Board of Supervisors is comprised of five elected officials, with an administrative staff consisting of a Board Administrative Coordinator and an Executive Secretary / Public Bidder.
The functions of the Board of Supervisors are varied and its authority embraces practically every aspect of County Government. Although these functions are primarily administrative in nature, the board exercises power characteristic of each of the three branches of government: executive, legislative, and judicial. For example, the Board fills vacancies in county offices by appointing successors, fixes rules relating to the use of county buildings and grounds, and determines the disposition of claims against the county. The board acts as a general business manager for the county government, plays a major role in matters of county taxation and finance, and is the governmental authority responsible for the construction and maintenance of the county road system. In some areas the duties of the board are nominal, while others are extensive.
|NEW UPDATE: Construction report for May 21, 2012|
M-LB12(1)K185 Bridge replacement on Michigan Avenue in section 11 of Kedron Township. Letting date: March 20, 2012. Contractor: Nelson and Rock Contracting, Inc. Bid price: $80,126.00 plus $42,000 for precast bridge slab and county supplied material. Work is expected to start about mid-summer.
FM-CO97(95)—55-97 HMA Resurfacing on D-50 from L-27 west 2miles. Contractor: Western Engineering. Bid price: $561,347. This project was re-let in the IDOT letting in Ames on August 16, 2011. New prices were over $267,000 lower than the results in the July letting. The preconstruction meeting was held on May 16th. The contractor will start on this project first, beginning the cold in place recycling portion of the work the week of June 18th. The recycled pavement will be allowed to carry traffic for 2-3 weeks before it is followed with a three inch overlay of the road. Work is expected to be completed in mid-July.
FM-CO97(96)—55-97 HMA Resurfacing on L-21 from D-38 to D-54. Contractor: Western Engineering. Bid price: $1,710,640. This project was let on August 16, 2011. The project will start the week of June 18th. This will be the first project overlaid. The contractor will be also doing a one mile demonstration segment using the warm mix asphalt paving technique which is now an allowable alternative under IDOT specs. This will give us an opportunity to observe the performance of warm mix asphalt next to standard hot mix asphalt paving. We will be able to see if we can benefit by adopting warm mix asphalt on our projects.
FM-CO97(115)—55-97 HMA Resurfacing on L-12, from Iowa 141 to Monona County line. Contractor: Western Engineering. Bid price: $306,118. This project will be the last HMA overlay project of the three to start and will be worked on somewhere in the first two weeks of July. The city has requested that the county do some additional work in town and they will participate in the cost of mainline paving as proposed by my office.
BROS-CO97(102)—8J-97 Bridge replacement located on Knox Ave., 1.5 miles north of US 20. Contractor: Dixon Construction. Bid price: $283,777.62. This project was let on August 16, 2011. The project is for an 80’ x 30.5’ Continuous Concrete Slab Bridge. The project is complete and the road reopened to traffic on May 15, 2012.
BROS-CO97(93)—8J-97 Bridge replacement located on Glen Ellen, 1300’ north of Elk Creek Road. Contractor: Dixon Construction. Bid price: $643,886.38. This project was let on August 16, 2011. The project is for a 120’ x 30.5’ Continuous Concrete Slab Bridge. Road grading work continues and with good weather may be completed next week. The road will need to be graveled, guardrail needs to be installed, and roadside seeding needs to be placed for the project to be completed. .
HDP-CO97(113)—6B-97 5” unbounded PCC overlay on K-35 from 42 east 1300’. Contractor: Steve Harris Construction, Inc. Bid price of $198,764.54. The project is complete and the road reopened May 17, 2012.
FM-CO97(114)—55-97 Culvert replacement on D38 east of Jasper Avenue. Letting date November 15, 2011. Contractor: Nelson and Rock Contracting, Inc. Bid price: $40,630.00. Contract has been awarded by the Board. The contractor moved in on the project on June 1st and major work will be done over the next two weeks. This project will involve leaving the existing bridge in place with a precast concrete culvert being pushed under the bridge with the space between the culvert and bridge filled with flowable mortar. This will allow the bridge to be replaced with no road closure. Temporary lane closures may be necessary during unloading of precast culvert sections and during placement of flowable mortar around the culvert after it is in place. Work should be done by the end of June.
FM-CO97(116)—55-97 Culvert replacement on D38/K64 on the Moville Blacktop. The project was let this Tuesday, May 15th. The apparent low bidder will be acknowledged when the bid packet arrives. We did receive very good bids for this culvert. I expect the bid package to arrive some time next week for award of the bid for May 29, 2012. The late start date for the work is August 13, 2012. This will be yet another load restricted paved road structure upgraded to meet current standards.
Shimla, the capital of Dev Bhoomi Himachal Pradesh and the erstwhile Summer Capital of British India needs no introduction.
Spiti is knowns as the land of ‘little Tibet’.It is high remote region of Himachal Pradesh Sorround with high mountain and strange landscape with dry desert of Spiti Valley.it is very interesting trekking routes with walking in the ancient foot path of Spiti region . The trek is start from Kaza to cross over the high altitude village of Spiti valley. Trek is finished in the last village Pin valley of Spiti (Mudh) the trail goes through the old monasteries, house valley , ancient villages and cod desert of Spiti.Treking routes follow the all villages of Spiti day by day.It is best chance to know the real life of Spiti people. How much it differ from the city life. Trail also provided a unique insight into the Spitian’wane, agriculture and irrigation practies balanced with the oportunity to explore the habitants of same of the world’s raer spics of wild life a snow leopard ,ibex, blue sheep. . you will see and dangerous animal during your Journey.
The one-time summer capital of the British, Shimla is a gorgeous hill station in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. Located at an average height of 2,200 meter, Shimla is unique with its unparalleled glittering beauty. Set in the midst of impressive hills and dense jungles this hill town has its own charm. Its elegant streets, plummeting torrents and salubrious climate make it a thriving hotspot for honeymooners. Shimla is also the kick off point for the rest of Himachal, with well-knit roads.
Situated in the lap of Himalayan mountains amidst picturesque surroundings, Shimla is jeweled with a thick cover of deodar, pine, oak and rhododendron forests. Towards its north lie the snow covered higher Himalayan ranges, while the valley has whispering streams and swaying fields making Shimla, one of the most popular tourist destinations in India. Mahatma Gandhi visited Shimla eight times between 1921 and 1946 in connection with the freedom struggle of India and it was here that the final draft of independent India was signed.
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Day 07): Trek Muling - Pistrang (5-6hrs) At the base of Bhaba Pass. The walk involves a small river crossing and a gradual ascent. Camp.
Day 13): Drive to Lalung and Dhankar. Dhankar was the erstwhile capital of Spiti and the king's palace has now been converted into a nunnery. Lalung is well known for its "tankhas" and ancient Buddhist artifacts. Return to camp at Shego.
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