Napoleon Parks and Recreation Director Tony Cotter reported the city received nine bids for the destruction of the current pool site.

The project is needed in order to make way for the construction of a new pool approved by voters in May.

The estimate for the project was $220,000.

The low bid for the destruction of the current pool was $91,000 by a company out of Fort Jennings, Ohio. The highest bid was $205,337 by a company from Cleveland.

Cotter said a recommendation for the awarding of the bid will be made Monday to Napoleon council.

It is hoped demolition of the current site can be completed in the next few months so construction of the new facility can begin in the spring.

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