I-95 rest stop contract rebid after Franchot protests
A $4.8 million contract to maintain two I-95 rest stops in Howard County will be rebid after Comptroller Peter Franchot vehemently protested the selected contractor’s bid application at Wednesday’s Board of Public Works meeting.
H.D. Myles Inc. had initially been selected to receive the contract. However, H.D. Myles was not a registered Maryland corporation when it completed its bid application – which includes a signed affidavit swearing that all of the information it is submitting is true.Read More