Duval asphalt cleaner: Duval paving project has a $25 million price tag

Posted September 14, 2018 06:24:30 Duval residents can expect to see a new paving system built in the early 2020s.

The city of La Paz is planning to begin paving a section of Duval Boulevard in its downtown, said Mayor Pedro Alvarado.

“The project will be paid for through a tax, so it will be done in a way that will not hurt the taxpayers, but that will be for a private entity,” Alvarados told the La Paza News Agency.

Alvarados said the project will bring thousands of jobs to the city, including a new grocery store and office building.

“This project is a part of the strategy that I think will result in the construction of more than 4,000 housing units in the city,” he said.

Duval asphalt cleaners will start working in the late 2020s and early 2021.

The city plans to spend about $25,000 per year to install and maintain the paving system.

The work is expected to take six months.

It will include a $5 million bond and the city will pay the contractor $15,000.

“We have two very important elements,” Alva said.

“One is the installation of the paving structure and the other is the maintenance of the infrastructure.”