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The cost for subcontractors, which make up the bulk of Whitefish’s workforce, is $462 per hour for a supervisor and $319.04 for a lineman.
While the developer hasn’t announced new plans, 2018 will be busy with construction on Dayton’s riverfront, said Paul Darpel, attorney for construction firm Nelson Stark, a subcontractor on the project.
That oversight doesn't mean anything nefarious is happening with the subcontractor.
Perkins said he was forced to increase the fees to keep his subcontractors from leaving town for more lucrative jobs.
The city requires developers that receive public financing to hire local companies for a quarter of their subcontractors; 40 percent of project work hours must come from unemployed or underemployed residents.
Prosecutors allege that FitzGerald and Coffland influenced Company #1 to hire TCC as a subcontractor, and in return, Maudlin and Pangallo would issue a percentage of the money from the subcontracts back to FitzGerald and Coffland.
That made her a city subcontractor, and thus her video footage city property.
Nonetheless, both the state and its subcontractors need to be held to a higher standard.
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