The Village of Grayslake, Ill., has accepted a bid for construction of sanitary sewer service to the site of Grayslake High School District's second campus at Shorewood Road and Route 83.
"Despite being faced with lower revenues due to economic conditions, the village continues its commitment to working cooperatively with area taxing districts," said Mayor Tim Perry in a statement. "The water main and sanitary sewer extension improvements reduce District 127 costs and the need for property taxes for these projects."
Neri Brothers Construction, on a bid of $407,766, was awarded the contract to complete the second phase of the two-part utility service extension project.
Last fall, water service was extended to the site and also was paid for by the village.
The village's cost for the water/sewer work will total more than $665,000. The sewer work should be completed this summer, according to the village.