Pool project contract awarded without bids
The former school superintendent helped acquaintances at a Madison business secure a $430,000 no-bid contract to install energy-efficient systems at the Darwin E. Smith Community Aquatic Center, a company executive says.
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#1 Jul 25, 2009
I feel Bardo has thrown his weight around the Wittenberg-Birnamwood long enough. He has managed to get his PhD with our money(local taxpayer) and is now leaving to pursue his future.
What? I am sure TRANE was great to work with but at $350,000 over budget couldn't someone have intervened for a bid? Yes, the American way. Bid fairly on the project. Bardo is obviously not a team player.
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