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Employment History

President

Mercer Fraser Company


Affiliations

McKinleyville Press

Board Member


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Local Government & Contacts | McKinleyville Press

mckinleyvillepress.com [cached]

Board member Justin Zabel: jzabel@mercerfraser.com


www.northcoastjournal.com

Attempts to reach both Gallegos and Mercer Fraser Co. owner Justin Zabel for updates on the agreements were not immediately successful.
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www.northcoastjournal.com

Mercer-Fraser President Justin Zabel did not return multiple calls requesting comment on the case.


www.times-standard.com

Justin Zabel, vice president of Mercer Fraser Co., said he is happy his company has been hired on for a couple of stimulus-funded projects around the county, but said the process has raised some concerns for him.
Because the initial push was to get projects funded and under way as quickly as possible, Zabel said, some agencies essentially rushed through the planning phases in order to meet tight federal deadlines, which sometimes resulted in incomplete plans. Consequently, Zabel said, some companies intentionally padded their bids to protect themselves against unforeseen costs. "The main problems has been that when this stimulus money came out, it forced a lot of agencies and municipalities to hurriedly get their plans together because they gave drop-dead dates," Zabel said. "You might find some bidders bidding higher than they normally might to cover themselves because some of the plans aren't as complete as they should be." In addition to worrying that some public funds were wasted due to inflated bids, Zabel also said he's concerned the stimulus package may have "unnecessarily grown government at the federal and state levels to handle and implement all of the additional programs.


www.times-standard.com

Although Mercer-Fraser Vice President Justin Zabel declined to comment for this story, Zabel expressed the company's concerns at a council meeting earlier this month, even threatening to move the business, which has been based in Eureka for about a century.


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