SPRINGBORO —Improvements will soon be made to the west end of Pennyroyal Road, it was announced at last week’s Springboro City Council meeting. Council approved a resolution approving an agreement with Brumbaugh Construction Inc. to do the work for $579,772. “This is the final project to complete the improvements to Pennyroyal Road,” city manager Christine Thompson said. “The project includes the installation of curb and gutter, storm sewers and sidewalk on the western section … The sidewalk will be installed on the south side only.” The city received 15 bids for the project ranging from Brumbaugh’s low to $717,842.70, according to Thompson. The second and third-lowest bids were $585,255 from L.J. DeWeese Co. Inc. and $608,332.75 from Leo B. Schroeder Inc. In other business: • A resolution authorizing an agreement with Dryden Builders to complete the design and construction of a 4,000-square-foot maintenance building at Clearcreek Park was approved. The building will be used for the storage of park maintenance equipment, Thompson said. Dryden submitted the low bid of $208,850, according to Thompson. The other bids were $230,273 by GC Contracting Corporation, $265,000 by Brumbaugh Construction Inc. and $267,649 from Van Con General Contractor. • Council approved a resolution vacating a 15-foot-wide drainage and utility easement in The Springs subdivision, near Springs Boulevard. “The existing storm sewer in this area has been relocated and the easement is no longer needed,” Thompson said. “By vacating the easement, a future buildable lot will be created in The Springs subdivision.” • A resolution approving the vacation of a 30-foot-wide sanitary sewer easement in The Springs subdivision, near Springs Boulevard, was approved. “By vacating the easement, future buildable lots will be created,” Thompson said.