By Gary Lloyd
The bid for the Green Drive repair is being advertised beginning Friday.
Bids will likely be received by the city of Trussville Sept. 3.
Replacing a culvert on Green Drive in Trussville will cost more than $50,000, likely to be in the hundreds of thousands.
Trussville Mayor Gene Melton said earlier this month that Green Drive may not reopen until mid October.
Green Drive needs a culvert replacement, a result of one collapsing in May. The Trussville City Council approved Schoel Engineering doing the engineering for the Green Drive repair at a cost of $30,600 earlier this year.
Green Drive remains closed from Norrell Drive to Trussville-Clay Road.
The closed road is a popular link from Chalkville Mountain Road to Trussville-Clay Road, on which Hewitt-Trussville Middle School is located.
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