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January 3, 2013

County delays action on Agri-Plex RV hookups

Ada —  

County commissioners may have to scale down plans on 20 new recreational vehicle (RV) hookups for visitors to the Agri-Plex.

After a second-round of bids ran higher than originally expected, the commissioners put the agenda item on hold Monday.

“We may have to build just half as many of the RV hookups as we’d planned,” said Agri-Plex Manager Junior Grissom. “They’re really expensive.”

It wasn’t the only thing the panel wanted to take some more time to study concerning Agri-Plex improvements. Commissioners also decided to table a decision regarding the purchase of bleachers for Agri-Plex until they can get more detailed information about the quality of metal bleachers, preferably the kind that are on wheels and can be moved about as needed.

A decision was also delayed on the purchase of a utility vehicle for the Agri-Plex.

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