Deal inked for spur services

A project to expand delivery and storage of Bleyhl's propane products moved forward this past Monday night when Port of Sunnyside commissioners approved a contract for engineering services with Gray Surveying and Engineering.

Monday night's decision calls for a cost not to exceed $4,600 for engineering services in preparation for adding a second rail spur near Midvale Road for Bleyhl's propane services.

The project has a total price tag of $315,000 funded through a grant/loan package provided by the Yakima County Development Association. Plans are to complete the second rail spur this summer.


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