The Las Vegas City Council last week approved the low bidder for a project to improve Mills Avenue and Seventh and Eighth streets.
But some council members expressed frustration with the contractor’s past work.
As usual, Sangre de Cristo Gravel Products won the contract for the project. The company, which bought Sierra Transit a couple of years ago, outbids other firms nearly every time, likely because it has a local plant and workforce.
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