LOCAL C. W. A. PROJECT NO. 98. MEN
R. N. Blance, Foreman and Certifying Officer
Work began Dec 1, 1933. Not completed
Amount received from Federal Civic Works Adm to Feb 5, 1934 $3,303. 75
Amount paid by town to Feb 5, 1934 …………….. 186.48
LOCAL C. W. A. PROJECTS
R. N. Blance, Director and Certifying Officer, authorized by the State and Federal Departments
No 98, Men
Work began Dec. 1, 1933; work ended March 30, 1934.
Amount received from Fed Civic Works Ad’m … $4,038.75
C., W. A. ACCOUNT TRANSFERRED TO W. P. A.
Project 262-B and OP65-11-1012
Town Share $273.99
W. P. A. PROJECT NO. OP65-10-1112
Farm-to-Market Road Repair GOULDSBORO POINT.
Town’s Part of Labor and Materials $657.64
STATE-AID HIGHWAY, NO. 7, W. P. A. PROJECT NO. 1508
TOWN EXPENDITURES $1,6672. and 36 men employed
The Works Progress Administration closed this project on
June 1, 1937; the remainder of the work was done by the town.
1938: There is a town appropriation of $375 for an unspecified WPA project.
State-Aid Roads—W. P. A. Account TOWN EXPENDITURES $3,010.37
STATEMENT OF WORK PROGRESS ADMINISTRATION
Pond Road Construction: Started October 20, 1939, to February 4, 1940. One and three-fourths miles of right-of-way cut. One mile of road ditched. One mile of shoulders built. Two thousand eight hundred feet of base gravel, . 54 mile. Culverts installed for l l/2 miles of road, (8 culverts). Opened two new gravel pits.
Federal costs to Feb 4, 1940, trucks and labor … $7,632.92
Town costs to Feb 4, 1940, trucks, tools, gravel, culverts and power shovel ………… 3,512.40
Total costs ……………….. $11,145.32
1941 STATE-AID ACCOUNT – WPA
Trucks 13 men employed – Labor 25 men employed
Annual Report of The Municipal Officers of The Town of Gouldsboro, Maine
Project originally submitted by Andrew Laverdiere on February 13, 2018.
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