Auburn moves closer to seeing new public safety building construction start

The City of Auburn has started the bid process for the long-awaited construction of a new public safety building that will house the city’s emergency services.

City Manager Jeff Dygert tells Finger Lakes News Radio that the process opened up on Tuesday.

“We had 16 responses to the general construction contract,” he told them. “We were pleased with the results.”

Dygert expects the bids will be presented to City Council at the August 20th meeting with the potential for construction to get underway as early as September.