(CORRECTED NOTICE) - City of Tampa CCNA Certification/Selection Committee VIRTUAL MEETING

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Meeting Notice

City of Tampa Meeting of CCNA Certification/Selection Committee

Time & Date: 8 AM, June 26, 2020

Topic: To consider presentations pursuant to an RFQ for:
20-C-00032; Water Main Improvements Design-Build.

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Public comment may be submitted by email to [email protected], Subject: "CCNA Meeting Public Comment" until 1 PM Thursday, June 25, 2020.

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