Shortfall realized after city opted not to take full bond amount
By Marty Finley
Wednesday, December 5, 2012 at 3:32 pm (Updated: December 6, 3:59 am)
Elizabethtown Planning Director Ed Poppe could not hide his frustration Wednesday morning during Elizabethtown Tourism Commission’s monthly meeting.
Poppe has been trying to close the final 10 contracts on construction of Elizabethtown Sports Park and said he cannot fathom why some contractors have not filed invoices.
“They haven’t been on site for four months and they can’t send me a bill for $2,000,” he said.
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