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Parkway still has hurdles to clear
"There are still a number of right-of-ways we need to acquire," project manager John Vancor recently told the Nashua Board of Public Works. "We don't have all of the property yet for the (Nashua) River Bridge."
"In each case, offers have been made by the DOT on the city's behalf for the property that is needed. Offers are under review by the owners," said Vancor, of Hayner Swanson Inc. of Nashua.
The parkway north contract, or the Baldwin Street Bridge contract, has already been advertised. Vancor is estimating about a $13.9 million contract for that portion of the work, although a more accurate number will be available on Tuesday when the bids are opened.
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