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By Tim Leeds 

City still negotiating on Bullhook rehab


Havre Daily News/Floyd Brandt

Havre Public Works employees Jack Teske and Jordan Schend cover one of the open holes on the Bullhook rehabilitation project Thursday on Fourth avenue. The fence that surrounded the openings was taken down by the rental company that owns the fence.

Nearly a year after the project started, the company with which Havre contracted to rehabilitate the Bullhook storm drainage creek under the city still hasn't finished the job, and told the company from which it was renting fencing to take it back to Billings, but the mayor of Havre said he is hopeful Kincaid Civll Construction will still be back to finish the job.

"Kinkaid ordered them to come and get the fences they had rented," Havre Deputy Director of Public Works Jeff Jensen said.

Havre Mayor Tim Solomon said negotiations with the company, which had requested an extension to last Apr...

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