PRINCETON — Gibson Water Inc. is nearly ready to start boring under U.S. 41 to bring water from the east side of the highway to the west site of Vuteq's new training facility/warehouse under construction.
Gibson County Redevelopment Commission members Monday approved a $176,148 payment to the water utility company that is extending a new water main to serve the plant and any other development on the west side of the highway, just south of the Toyota plant.
During Monday's meeting, redevelopment board members also approved a $155,200 payment to Jerry Aigner Construction Inc. for work at the White Church Crossing subdivision, $258,940 to Koberstein Contracting for work at the Vuteq site, bond principal and interest payments of just over $500,000 to German American Bank and a $1,500 trustee fee to German American Bank.
Other claims approved by the board included $15,010 from Ice Miller & Donadio law firm, $13,357 to McDonald Law Firm and $187.50 to Kahn Dees Donovan & Kahn LLP for legal consulting; just under $3,500 to J.H. Rudolph for work at County Road 100 West and County Road 925 South; about $29,700 to United Consulting for engineering work at Vuteq and Toyota, $21,445 to Beam, Longest and Neff for engineering work at Vuteq and Toyota, $49.73 to the South Gibson Star Times and $101 to the Princeton Daily Clarion for legal notice advertising.
The board meets again at 6 p.m. Feb. 4.